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National Hispanic Heritage Month is Sept. 15 to Oct. 15, and Mississippi State University is celebrating through a variety of events and exhibits that will showcase Hispanic culture and honor individuals of Hispanic origin.

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Oktibbeha County houses four courts and is creating a new county court set to open next year. This November, Starkville citizens will vote for County, Circuit, Chancery and appellate court judges.

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Located on Highway 12, the new Triangle Crossing shopping center will begin opening the doors of stores in the plaza this fall.

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Next week, the Mitchell Memorial Library will celebrate Banned Books Week by recognizing works of literature that have been challenged or banned.

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On the morning of Aug. 1, a Mississippi State University student was struck by a vehicle while riding a scooter outside of Griffis Hall.

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In June 2015, archaeologists and students from the Chickasaw Nation, the South Carolina Institute of Archaeology and Anthropology (SCIAA) and the University of Florida traveled south through Mississippi’s Blackland Prairie to survey sites that could have been tied to the Chickasaw Nation’s history.

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Last June, Mississippi State University purchased a license agreement with Adobe to lower costs of the Creative Cloud package for students and faculty.

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Get Swept Up! is a volunteer event that prepares the city for the influx of visitors who come to watch Mississippi State University football and tailgate in the Junction.

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In the last few decades, Mississippi State University has seen a number of new buildings constructed. Correspondingly, outdated buildings and residence homes are being updated to uphold this new standard, or they are being demolished to pave the way for more ambitious facilities.

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At the Starkville Board of Aldermen meeting Tuesday evening, the board decided to continue using the paid parking system in the Cotton District. However, the system is suspended for 30 more days beginning Wednesday.

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According to the National Center for Education Statistics in 2014, around one-third of students enrolled in bachelor's programs changed majors in the first three years of enrollment. 10% of students changed their majors more than once.

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Starkville updated its rental housing code in March. This video features interviews with Starkville Mayor Lynn Spruill and Starkville Strong founder Brandi Herrington.

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SKY Campus Happiness provides stress management tools and techniques for success through the use of breathwork and meditation, yoga and personal awareness seminars. Mississippi State University recently established a chapter of the organization.

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The Speaking Center at Mississippi State University is a new resource that aims to improve the public speaking skills of students and faculty.

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Located on the second floor of McCool Hall, Mississippi State University has opened a new lab on campus. Market Innovation Lab and Observatory, commonly known as MILO, is giving students new and exclusive opportunities.

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On March 29, Stephen Brain, associate professor of history at Mississippi State University, hosted a discussion on the history between Ukraine and Russia to explain the motives behind the Ukrainian invasion.

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Mississippi State University's gender studies program recently hosted an online discussion entitled "#FreeBritney: Achieving Reproductive Justice for all Disabled People." Stetson College of Law professor Robyn Powell was a guest speaker at the event.

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Monday, a press conference was held after a whistleblower leaked the real reason why Perry Cafeteria cookies are such an obsession for MSU students: they contain crack cocaine, which according to kidshealth.org, is also known as coke, rock, snow, blow, white, toot, nose candy, base, flake, p…

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Ye Deflector pandemonium begins this week as strange news bounces around campus. First, students fight back and ticket parking services’ golf carts. Second, Perry cookies are found containing crack. Third, things get a little personal between a certain sports-watcher and the Bully mascot. Th…