Outstanding Alumni of the Fine Arts Award to be given

Murray State University’s Outstanding Alumni of the Fine Arts Award will be presented to Dennis Horn on Thursday, Oct. 11, at A Taste of the Arts Dinner and Auction. Notice of the Outstanding Alumni of the Fine Arts Award was met with honor by Horn. “Receipt of this recognition reminds me that very little in […]

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MSU dean receives Kentucky education award

Dr. Tony Brannon, dean of the Hutson School of Agriculture at Murray State University, received this year’s Outstanding Career and Technical Educator Award from the Kentucky Association for Career and Technical Education (KACTE). KACTE is a statewide professional association representing all levels and disciplines in career and technical education. Career and technical education courses focus […]

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Murray State once again named a “Military Friendly School”

One week after top rankings by U.S.News & World Report’s Best Colleges, Murray State University finds itself ranked once more as a “2013 Military Friendly School” by G.I. Jobs magazine. According to magazine officials, the list honors the top 15 percent of all colleges, universities and trade schools nationwide that are doing the most to […]

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Roundabout U celebrates Murray State University’s 90thanniversary

Murray State University’s Roundabout U celebrates a huge milestone for the university in its next installment. Co-hosts Jim Carter and Sarah Clark take a look at Murray State University’s 90th anniversary celebration. The duo met up with Mark Welch, director of community relations, to talk about planning the event and how Murray has evolved over […]

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Center for Telecommunications Systems Management welcomes new administrator

“Our gain is another’s loss,” said Dr. James Gantt, director of the Center for Telecommunications Systems Management (CTSM), in reference to the newest addition to the center at Murray State University (MSU). Michael Ramage re-joined the CTSM staff this fall as the center’s associate director. Ramage’s connection at Murray State began when he received his […]

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Roundabout U looks at bass fishing, band and more

Murray State University’s Roundabout U is close to home in its next episode with MSU students and more. Jim Carter interviews two members of Murray State’s bass fishing team while co-host Sarah Clark talks with John Fannin, director of the Racer Band. With his largest marching band ever taking the field this fall, Fannin shares […]

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AIMS director appointed by governor to commission

Kentucky Gov. Steve Beshear has recently appointed Dr. Doris Clark-Sarr, director of Adventures in Math and Science (AIMS) at Murray State University, to the Kentucky Commission on Human Rights. The Kentucky General Assembly created the Commission on Human Rights in 1960. The board is made up of 11 commissioners and 36 staff members. Its mission […]

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Murray State extends its top rankings from U.S.News into 22nd consecutive year

University is 11th top public regional university in the nation Once again, U.S.News & World Report’s Best Colleges has recognized Murray State University among the top schools in the country. Murray State’s consecutive streak of top rankings was extended to 22 years with the release of the 2013 U.S.News Best Colleges list. The university is at seventh place among […]

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Murray State University celebrates its 90-year history with a special event

Murray State University observes its 90th anniversary with a special event on Thursday, Sept. 6 at 6 p.m. An outdoor celebration on The Quad next to Pogue Library will feature presentations on six of the original campus buildings — Wrather, Wilson, and Wells Halls, Lovett Auditorium, Pogue Library and Oakhurst. Founder and second president of […]

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Roundabout U kicks off its fifth season

Murray State University’s Roundabout U kicks off its fifth season with co-hosts Jim Carter and Sarah Clark taking a look at campus. Murray State University underwent several renovations over summer break and Carter and Clark get the chance to check out the new improvements to Winslow Dining Hall, Elizabeth College and Lovett Auditorium. In other […]

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