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When students returned to campus at the commencement of the fall 2021 semester, COVID-19 cases heavily increased in Mississippi, according to the Mississippi State Department of Health.  However, due to an increase in vaccination rates among Mississippians, case numbers are slowly starting t…

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Since the new school year at Mississippi State University began, on-campus traffic has been a concern for many people due to the overflow of automobiles in central areas. To many students, the root of this issue appears to be a lack of parking accommodations and on-site traffic guidance. How…

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The Mississippi State University Speech and Debate Council placed third in the International Public Debate Association (IPDA) National Championship Tournament, and Mia Robertson is the varsity division champion. Eleven members of the team competed in the debate tournament, and four members a…

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Since the late 19th century, women have been fighting for equal treatment and equal rights. Many people still feel that a woman's place is to be quiet, but every day, women choose to stand up and change that narrative. 

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On March 23, hundreds of people from Starkville and Mississippi State University had the rare opportunity to see an Oscar Mayer Wienermobile on Main Street.  

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The Mississippi State University Police Department daily reports have displayed one entry over and over again during the past several months: "Employee reported fraudulent unemployment claim filed in his name."

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Approximately 40 students were in attendance at the Colvard Student Union for a Student Association panel dealing primarily with community law enforcement relations on Monday. The panel consisted of officers from the Starkville and Mississippi State University police departments and were rep…

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This past Saturday, the cloudless sky and peaceful pastures of Mississippi State University's dairy farm were occasionally disrupted by the roaring of rockets and the sight of propelled projectiles.

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To celebrate Earth Week at Mississippi State University, the Office of Sustainability partnered with the Student Association to host multiple virtual and in-person events emphasizing the importance of making MSU a more sustainable and eco-friendly campus.

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On Friday, Mississippi State University landscape architecture students enrolled in the Design II class unveiled their proposals for a park downtown at the corner of Jackson Street and East Lampkin Street. Students were given a number of weeks this semester to plan and design a proposal for …

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Mississippi State University organizations have come together across campus to recognize the month of March as Women's History Month. By looking at important and impactful figures of the past and innovative, powerful women of the present, MSU is empowering and encouraging women in recognitio…

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Although prom is in the past for most college students, one student organization at Mississippi State University is dedicated to giving girls the perfect prom dress at no cost. Dresses of Hope (DOH) is a group that takes gently used prom dresses and redistributes them to local girls in need.

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Last Tuesday morning a student was hit by a vehicle as she was crossing the street via a crosswalk on Mississippi State University's campus.

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The southern region of the U.S. was blanketed in a snow and ice storm during the week of Feb. 14-20, disrupting many facets of everyday life with some states still having issues related to the storm. Starkville was no exception, with the town and its citizens being affected in a variety of w…

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There are many different gems hidden throughout Mississippi State University's campus with the University Florist being a prime example. The floral arrangement shop, located next to the radio station, has served MSU and the Starkville area for the better part of a century and recently celebr…

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February is Black History Month, so several Mississippi State University organizations, such as the Student Association and the Holmes Cultural Diversity Center, have planned and orchestrated different events and exhibitions in order to remember and illuminate both the struggles and accompli…

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Mississippi State University celebrated the state's Arbor Day by planting trees on the Drill Field on Friday in an event that included short speeches by faculty members from the College of Forest Resources, as well as one from MSU President Mark Keenum. Scholarship students in the forestry d…

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Mississippi State University Recreation is hosting a virtual triathlon titled "Worth A Tri," April 1 through April 11. Online registration is now open on the University Recreation website, and it is $10 for students to register with proceeds going toward benefiting MSU's ACCESS program, whic…

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GameStop enjoyed one of the strangest months in the history of the New York Stock Exchange. GME (the stock ticker) started the month trading at $17.25, before rising to an unprecedented $371.82 at 9 a.m. CST on Jan. 27. It dipped considerably following this high, hitting $53 at market close …

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Mississippi State University's Speech and Debate Council was recently awarded the 1st Overall Sweeps Award at the Southern Forensics Championship Tournament, the first regional championship win for the team. Starting on Jan. 29, the 14 MSU students participated in debate and individual speec…

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The Greek life community at Mississippi State University consists of four main divisions: the National Pan-Hellenic Council, the Panhellenic Council, the Interfraternity Council and the Multicultural Greek Council. Two of these councils, the Panhellenic and Interfraternity councils, are expe…

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Mississippi State University's Raspet Flight Lab II is making use of a quiet room for their research, and it is not the library. The lab specializes in research on unmanned aerial systems (UAS) and has been focused on research related to drones, both commercial and military, and how to reduc…

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As the spring semester begins and the COVID-19 pandemic continues to evolve, Mississippi State University is looking forward as they continue to meet the challenges.

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Mississippi State University is home to a variety of clubs and organizations, each meant to be a place for students to find like-minded people and pursue their interests by getting experience and education in real-world topics.

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"We have three deer in that pen. Lucky is our tamest buck. I could probably get him to come to the fence if I gave him some oak leaves or something. He's a sucker for oak leaves," Mississippi State University graduate student Luke Resop said as he pointed over to a grassy enclosure.

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UPDATE: According to a MSU press release posted on Thursday, Nicholas Smith has been located alive and well in the neighboring city of Columbus. Smith has been reunited with his family. 

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In Sept. 2020, The Association of Public Land Grant Universities (APLU) announced Mississippi State University's status as a national finalist in the 2020 APLU Innovation and Economic Prosperity University Awards in the "Place" category. MSU's mission to improve economics and quality of life…

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As Mississippi State University persists in the battle against COVID-19, preparations for the annual outbreak of the influenza virus are emerging on campus. From spontaneous outdoor setups to appointments in the Longest Student Health Center, MSU is offering flu vaccinations to all students …

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Mississippi State University recently instituted amendments to the official COVID-19 rules and regulations such as the cancellation of spring break, random testing of students and faculty and a change to the number of people allowed at an outdoor event, including Greek life parties and swaps…

 

 

 

 

 

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