Ready, Set, College

Loretta Daniel and Beth Ward of Murray State University’s Regional Business and Innovation Center (RBIC) led sessions in the July 24 Hopkinsville Community College Youth Camp, Ready Set College. Fifteen sixth- through ninth-grade students from Christian County participated in the one-day entrepreneurship event. Students were divided into groups of three members and asked to come […]

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White House Representative Speaks at LGBT Program on Sept. 10

LGBT (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender) programming, student affairs and MSU Alliance at Murray State University are sponsoring a “Conversation and Dessert” with Gautam Raghaven on Monday, Sept. 10, at 7:30 p.m. in the Curris Center Small Ballroom. Gautam Raghavan, associate director of public engagement and LGBT liaison at The White House, will discuss his […]

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Reading Series showcase well-known author on Sept. 27

The Murray State University department of English and philosophy invites students, faculty and the public to attend author Dinty W. Moore’s reading on Thursday, Sept. 27, at 7:30 p.m. in Clara M. Eagle Art Gallery on the sixth floor of the Price Doyle Fine Arts Building. Moore is the author of several books including The […]

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Murray State Career Services — job search assistance in new location

Murray State University encourages incoming and current students to check out part-time jobs and internships by offering an array of services located at Career Services in its newly updated location at 100 Oakley Applied Science Building. Career Services prepares students for job searches with professional document review and career coaching; connects students and alumni to […]

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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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New season of art exhibits begins on MSU campus

Receptions for three art exhibitions on Murray State University’s campus will be held on Friday, Aug. 24. The public is invited to attend. Artist Benjamin Rogers will lead a conversation about his practice and work featured in “Into the World,” a two-person exhibition that also includes work by artist David Carpenter. Rogers received his M.F.A. […]

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Publications and Printing Services Department at Murray State University

The publications and printing services department at Murray State University was recently featured in industry publication “In-plant Graphics” for the success of its large format printing (LFP) operation. The department uses its Canon imagePRO-GRAF iPF9000s LFP to produce banners, posters and more, up to 60” wide. Printed pieces can also be laminated using the department’s […]

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MSU partner showcases performers and history

A crowd comprising residents of multiple counties in western Kentucky sat down to hear stories from great Kentucky leaders, all of whom are deceased. Actors with Kentucky Chautauqua, a program made possible by the Kentucky Humanities Council, brought five figures in bluegrass history to life earlier this month. Kentucky Chautauqua stems from the original program […]

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Murray State University is a 2012 “Great College to Work For”

  Chronicle for Higher Education recognizes Murray in three key areas According to a new survey by The Chronicle of Higher Education Murray State University is one of the best universities in the nation for faculty and staff to spend their careers. Murray has been recognized for the third time as one of the Chronicle’s […]

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Degree Conferred After 51 Years

A bachelor of science degree in business administration was recently conferred on Billy Ted Lowry of McKenzie, Tenn. While it is not unusual for a university to confer degrees, what makes this story out of the ordinary is the fact that 51 years lapsed between actual school attendance and the awarding of a degree. Lowry’s […]

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