“Racers Across America” invited to unite for traditional Homecoming

MURRAY, Ky. — Fall is in the air, which means football, sweaters, pumpkin-flavored beverages and most importantly, Murray State University’s Homecoming Weekend. Tradition runs deep in the small town of Murray, Homecoming Weekend means increased traffic and guests as alumni from all around the country come back to visit their alma mater. While the 2011 […]

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Murray State University Homecoming has something for everyone

MURRAY, Ky. — Racers celebrate Homecoming and the 92 years since Murray State University’s founding. Time continues on, campus may change, students will graduate, but the same Racer spirit and fond memories live on. This year’s Homecoming festivities begin Friday, Oct.10, and conclude on Sunday, Oct. 12. Traditional and newer events make this Homecoming special. […]

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Biggest Racer fan in the world? We’ve got an app for that.

MURRAY, Ky. — Hold your horses Murray State University Racer fans, a new app has been designed and it’s free. “Racer Nation,” a new app created by Racer athletics and the MSU Alumni Association is open to the public to download today. Unlike other schools with similar applications that target students only, this app is […]

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Media Advisory — Groundbreaking for new MSU Breathitt Veterinary Center

WHAT: Groundbreaking for Murray State University’s new Breathitt Veterinary Center (BVC). WHEN: Thursday, Sept. 18, 3 p.m. WHERE: Murray State University Hopkinsville Regional Campus, 5305 Fort Campbell Blvd., Hopkinsville, Ky. WHO: Officials including Kentucky Gov. Steve Beshear, Murray State President Bob Davies, MSU board of regents representatives Harry Lee Waterfield II and Dr. Constantine Curris, […]

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Celebrating the U.S. Constitution

MURRAY, Ky. — To pay tribute to the nation’s founding fathers, Murray State University’s department of political science and sociology is celebrating Constitution Day Wednesday, Sept. 17. Murray State University will be welcoming Michael Les Benedict of Ohio State University as the keynote speaker. The event will take place in Wrather Auditoriumon Wednesday at 7 […]

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Next POINT meeting set in Paducah, Sept. 24

MURRAY, Ky. — The fall 2014 meeting of POINT (Professional Organization for Information & Network Technology) will be Sept. 24 at the Murray State University Paducah Regional Campus (in the Crisp Center), located on Sunset Avenue. The meeting will be in the CSI Auditorium from noon until 1 p.m. with Chris Percy, vice president and […]

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Family Weekend set at Murray State for students and family on Sept. 26

MURRAY, Ky. — Students and their family members can feel right at home during Murray State University’s upcoming Family Weekend starting Friday, Sept. 26. There will be a wide range of events all weekend sure to cater to everyone in the family. Family Weekend is a free event held by Murray State to encourage family […]

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New Breathitt Veterinary Center to benefit ag industry, public health, homeland security and more

Groundbreaking set for Thursday, Sept. 18, in Hopkinsville  MURRAY, Ky. — The upcoming groundbreaking for the new Breathitt Veterinary Center (BVC) will herald increased opportunities for the facility to continue its support of the agriculture industry in West Kentucky, the state, the region and the nation. The new facility will replace the existing BVC, which […]

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Next episode of Roundabout U looks at new things on Murray campus

MURRAY, Ky. — The next episode of Roundabout U looks into a fishy new dining option for Murray State University students and find out more about the MSU counseling center. Finally, the show features aerial footage of hundreds of freshman rushing the field at Murray State’s home football opener. The new school year has brought many new […]

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Large National Science Foundation grant awarded to MSU professor

MURRAY, Ky. — Dr. Howard Whiteman, professor of biological sciences and director of the Watershed Studies Institute at Murray State University, has been awarded $459,998 from the National Science Foundation for his research. Whiteman and his collaborator, Dr. Cy Mott of Valdosta State University, are studying how size variation in a top predator affects both […]

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