Daren Tindle sits with Murray State President Bob Davies.

Murray State University student selected for Legislative Research Commission internship

MURRAY, Ky. — Murray State University student Daren Tindle has recently been selected by the Legislative Research Commission (LRC) to take part in the LRC Internship Program for the upcoming 2018 Legislative Budget Session of the Kentucky General Assembly. Tindle is currently a Murray State junior majoring in political science in the department of political science […]

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The jars of honey auctioned off at the event.

First jar of Racer honey auctioned at Hutson Harvest Gala

MacKenzie Jones, a student at Murray State University, along with her family, recently built an apiary at Pullen Farm over spring break. The bee farm has proven to be an educational tool — and a sweet treat — for the community.

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Rebecca Mackey stands in a field of corn at Murray State University.

Student Spotlight: Rebecca Mackey

MURRAY, Ky. — Students at Murray State University are consistently going above and beyond, finding new ways to get involved and obtain their future goals. Rebecca Mackey, a senior from Elizabethtown, is one such student. Throughout her time at Murray State, Mackey has taken full advantage of the opportunities afforded to her at the University […]

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Racer community provided a helping hand on move-in day

This past weekend, the Racer community came together to help students move into their residential halls. Faculty and staff welcomed students to their new home and provided parents with a sense of comfort as their child embarked on college life at Murray State.

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Student Spotlight: Malcolm Jones

MURRAY, Ky. — Murray State University student Malcolm Jones shares the experiences and accomplishments he has attained while at Murray State University.   Major: Liberal Arts Minor: Gender Diversity Hometown: Louisville, Ky. High School: Eastern High School Activities/Organizations: Racer Band, Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, Student Ambassadors If any, what scholarships have you received? The Marvin […]

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Department of geosciences student, faculty member lead development of new online campus map

MURRAY, Ky. — Murray State University’s department of geosciences and office of branding, marketing and communication have partnered on the development of a new online campus map. The map, which lists more than 60 campus buildings and areas through modern mapping technology, serves as a valuable walking tour of Murray State’s campus. The map is […]

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Alumna Lisa Robin Sanford speaks of her journey at Murray State

Honors student Lisa Robin Sanford received her degree in clinical mental health counseling through Murray State University’s College of Education and Human Services in 2017. The University provided her the opportunity to grow as a person and reach her professional goals.

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Alumna and former NASA director Sue Darnell Ellis to speak on campus in advance of 2017 Solar Eclipse

MURRAY, Ky. — Murray State University alumna and former NASA director Sue Darnell Ellis will present a special lecture entitled “Creating Tomorrows by Dreaming Today” on August 17 at 7:30 p.m. in Wrather Auditorium. The lecture will be streamed live at murraystate.edu/streaming.   At just 18 years old, Darnell Ellis took her first steps on the path that […]

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Murray State University awards Presidential Fellowship scholarships

MURRAY, Ky. — A total of 18 incoming Murray State University students have been awarded the prestigious Presidential Fellowship scholarship. The scholarship awards full tuition, housing and meals for up to four years at the University. “We’re extremely excited to welcome these fine individuals to Murray State University,” said Murray State President Bob Davies. “Through […]

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Murray State University helps students in need following incident at J.H. Richmond Hall

MURRAY, Ky. — Student-centered institutions are defined in many ways. A recent incident continued to emphasize Murray State University’s commitment to putting students first, even in difficult and unplanned circumstances.   An explosion at J.H. Richmond Hall on Wednesday afternoon, June 28 caused structural damage to the residential facility as well as other surrounding campus buildings. In […]

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