University Advancement division receives several regional awards

MURRAY, Ky. — Murray State’s University Advancement division recently received several regional awards for projects and initiatives. “These campaigns represent the collaborative work of our alumni, development and marketing teams. They are dedicated to their work in an effort to advance Murray State University’s reputation and afford new opportunities for our Racer community,” said Dr. […]

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Conference tournament play kicks off #RacerTradition

MURRAY, Ky. – With the start of post-season conference tournament play this week, Racer fans are encouraged to make murraystate.edu/racertradition their central hub for Racer basketball news, updates, social media contests and more!

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Alumnus continues to see success with scholarship

Ray Chumbler IV graduated from Murray State University in 2015, and continues to see great success with the Ray IV Autism Scholarship Endowment, a scholarship that began with money he helped raise dating back to Ray’s high school days. The fund has now surpassed the $25,000 endowment level thanks to the generosity of Ray’s family, friends, […]

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John A. Williams to receive Honorary Doctorate Degree at Spring 2017 Commencement Exercises

MURRAY, Ky. – Murray State University has announced that John A. Williams will be conferred an honorary doctorate degree at the University’s Spring 2017 Commencement exercises, to be held on Saturday, May 13, on the Murray State campus, in recognition of his ongoing support of the University. Williams graduated from the University of Kentucky in […]

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Murray State hosts 80th annual Campus Lights

The 80th annual Campus Lights, held Jan. 20-22 at the historic Lovett Auditorium on the Murray State campus, featured a performance of ““Sister Act.” Campus Lights is Murray State’s oldest tradition and the longest-running musical that is entirely produced and performed by students in the south. Proceeds from the musical directly benefit music scholarships at […]

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Get your teens grilling safely

A message from Liberty Mutual Insurance. Everyone looks forward to spending quality time with friends and family during grilling season. Learning to grill is also a rite of passage for many teenagers, and a chance for you and them to bond. By practicing good grill and fire safety, you can minimize risk and focus on […]

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Family moving tips

Moving can be quite an undertaking for you and your family, but it’s also an exciting time: a new home, a new start, and new adventures for everyone. It’s something that has an effect not just on you as parents but on your kids as well. When you’re making the big move, there are some […]

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Safe and smart for back to school

Whether it’s your kids’ first year in school or they’re ready to go back, safety is always a top priority. Schools often have a number of safety precautions in place to keep kids safe to and from school, but you can also build on those and develop your own strategies. To and from school The […]

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Garage safety tips for the whole family

Whether your garage is home to a gear-head’s paradise, extra stuff, or just your car, it’s important to keep it safe, clean, and easy to navigate. No matter how you use your garage space, here are some tips for you and your kids to keep it functional, organized and safe. Keeping it clean  Just like […]

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Prepping your teen for auto what-ifs

A message from Liberty Mutual Insurance. Learning to drive can be an exciting time for teenagers. While they’re experiencing new freedom and responsibilities, your focus may be more on making sure they’re prepared for whatever they encounter down the road. While driver’s ed can teach them about road signs and speed limits, you can help […]

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