Local hospital helps breathe new life into campus

Murray Calloway County Hospital recently donated an AED, automated external defibrillator, to Murray State University’s Waterfield Library and currently plans to donate a second device to another campus facility in the near future. An AED is a portable electronic device that automatically diagnoses the potentially life threatening cardiac arrhythmias of ventricular fibrillation and ventricular tachycardia and […]

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YNL students receive NextGen Leaders Program Scholarships

Kaylyn Evans and Ewa Wantulok are the latest Murray State University recipients of the NexGen Leaders Program Scholarship provided by the Nonprofit Leadership Alliance. Evans is completing her internship with West Kentucky Mentoring (formerly Big Brothers Big Sisters); Wantulok is interning with the American Red Cross-Calloway County chapter. NextGen, funded by the W.K. Kellogg Foundation, […]

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Sandy Miles part of select U.S. delegation

Dr. Sandy J. Miles of Murray State University’s college of business has been selected to be part of the U.S. delegation to the ISO TC260 plenary meeting Nov. 10-11 in Arlington, Va. The members at the plenary will seek to carve out international human resource management standards.  Five of the 35 members of the U.S. […]

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State Farm Financial Services Resource Center dedicated, will enhance student learning

State Farm Financial Services Resource Center was officially dedicated Oct. 10, on the first floor of the Business Building at Murray State University. Speaking on behalf of State Farm was Mike Duncan, agency field executive from Hopkinsville. In addition, 10 other local/regional agents were in attendance. MSU President Randy Dunn noted that the center had […]

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NEWCOMB NAMED KGA PLAYER OF THE YEAR

Murray State’s Patrick Newcomb has been named The Kentucky Golf Association the 2011 KGA John Owens Player of the Year, marking the first for the Murray State golf program. Newcomb, a junior from Benton, Ky., compiled points according to how he finished in the KGA’s summer events. In June, he became the second Murray State […]

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Racers Got Talent is back!

Racer Athletics is pleased to announce that BB&T Present Racers Got Talent is returning for a second season. All students, individuals or groups, are encouraged to take part in this program to compete against each other for a $500 cash prize that will be awarded during the final home men’s basketball game Feb. 18, 2012. […]

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Racer Spirit During Homecoming Week

It’s Homecoming week at MSU and to celebrate, some of our student’s and alumni have painted windows of businesses in town. Go to Murray State University’s official facebook page and check out the pictures and vote for your favorite by “liking” or commenting on that painting.  The winning artist will win a Racer Prize Pack […]

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Jesse D. Jones continues support of the university

Generous donor gives additional $1 million gift  Dr. Jesse D. Jones is at the forefront of giving to Murray State University once again. One of Murray State’s strongest supporters, Jones sees a need and goes about filling it. His most recent gift of $1 million is, at the same time, practical and innovative. He has […]

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Inaugural Outstanding Alumni of the Fine Arts Award to be given

Murray State University’s first-ever Outstanding Alumni of the Fine Arts Award will be presented to Art DeWeese on Thursday, Oct. 13, at A Taste of the Arts Dinner and Auction. The award will be presented by the college of humanities and fine arts at MSU, and will be given out annually at the Taste of […]

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