MSU Annual Art Auction set for Friday, Nov. 18

Bid on original art for holiday gift-giving or for yourself  For more than 15 years, Murray State University’s Annual Art Auction has brought members of the community together with artists to benefit students in the department of art and design. Funds raised support scholarships, guest artists who work with students and more. This year the […]

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Fall Senior Breakfast – RSVP by Nov. 10

The Fall Senior Breakfast will be held on Thursday, November 17, at 8 a.m. in the Curris Center Ballroom.  The Breakfast is to honor all graduating seniors and graduate students from the class of December 2011.  Graduates are admitted free of charge; however, reservations are necessary.  To RSVP please call the Office of Student Affairs […]

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Veterans to be honored by Murray State Nov. 11-12

Murray State University has always looked to recognize the soldiers who have helped to protect this country abroad, and this year the university is honoring veterans both in the student body and the community during the weekend of the Racers football game again conference rival Austin Peay. On Veteran’s Day, Friday, Nov. 11, a ceremony […]

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Murray State University experiences a six percent increase over the past two years

Preliminary figures for Fall 2011 show MSU up overall, and in new freshmen, transfers and international Increases in first-time freshmen and transfer students combined to raise Murray State University’s overall enrollment to an estimated 10,617 students. Together with last year’s increase, Murray’s larger numbers represent a six percent rise in students enrolled over the past […]

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President’s Concert to benefit music programs in Japan damaged by earthquake and tsunami

MSU Symphonic Wind Ensemble performs for international effort; donations requested  LIVE STREAM The President’s Concert at Murray State University this year will benefit music programs in Japan. The MSU Symphonic Wind Ensemble will be performing to assist Japan in rebuilding music programming that was damaged by the earthquake and tsunami in March 2011. Although there […]

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Roundabout U at annual Festival of Champions

Murray State University’s Roundabout U looks at an annual signature event for MSU — the Festival of Champions marching band competition. Co-hosts Jim Carter and Sarah Clark go musical this week with interviews and marching band clips. Clark traveled to Nashville to talk with Murray State alum Preston Stanfill, while Carter stayed in Murray to […]

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MTV dream team sets sights on Murray State

Quick, what are the top three things you want to do before you die? This is what The Buried Life (TBL) team from MTV is most fascinated by and on Tuesday, Nov. 1, Murray State students will have a chance to tell them. The Buried Life, whose name is borrowed from a poem by 1852 […]

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Racer Round-Up Rodeo set for Oct. 27-29

It’s that time of year again when cowboys and Cowgirls from across the Ozark Region descend on the William “Bill” Cherry Agriculture Exposition Center at Murray State University for the 36th Annual Murray State University Racer Round-Up Rodeo Oct. 27-29. The show starts at 7 p.m. nightly. Members from the MSU rodeo team, and colleges […]

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Freshman selected as finalist in singing competition

Born at a naval base in Long Beach, Calif., Jamie Boyd had no idea he would one day be competing to be the 2011 Voice of McDonald’s. The competition is designed to recognize and reward talented employees of the fast food giant, and Boyd has the chance to win a trip to the McDonald’s 2012 […]

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Roundabout U explores Southern Illinois

Murray State University’s Roundabout U finds co-hosts Jim Carter and Sarah Clark on the road again — this time traveling through Southern Illinois. Carter and Clark are joined this week by special guest co-host MSU President Randy Dunn as he interviews some old friends in the Illinois school systems. Dunn spent much of his career […]

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