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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MSU Concert series brings big-name artists to cozy stage

For both songwriters and attendees alike in Murray, there are few stages that are more of a joy to be on than Lovett Auditorium’s during the Lovett Live concert series. Sponsored by Racerlive productions, Lovett Live will be bringing Keith Burns, Michele Poe and Karen Staley to the stage on Oct. 12 at 7 p.m.  […]

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Richard B. Davis of Paducah receives prestigious Hammack Scholarship

Dr. Terry Strieter, chair of the department of history at Murray State University, presented MSU student Richard B. Davis with the Dr. James W. Hammack Jr. Scholarship at the recent banquet held on MSU’s campus. Davis, who earned his B.S. degree at Murray State in 1992 in environmental engineering technology, is in his second year […]

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Faculty member to present recital, Vivaldi’s Four Seasons

Dr. Sue-Jean Park, Murray State University assistant professor of violin and viola, Dr. Sue-Jean Park, will present a recital on Tuesday, Oct. 11, at 7:30 pm in the Performing Arts Hall, located on the second floor of the Doyle Fine Arts Building on campus. This exciting evening of music features the famous violin concerto Four […]

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ACT Test Prep Workshop offered in Murray and Paducah

Murray State University has planned ACT Prep Workshops to help high school juniors and seniors who are preparing for the ACT test. The workshops will be held at the main campus in Murray and MSU satellite campus in Paducah. The workshop is designed to give students an effective and affordable way to prepare for the […]

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Roundabout U looks at local happenings

Show features “Food Dude,” Austin family contribution, the Old Penny Store and McDougal’s gourds  Murray State University’s Roundabout U finds co-hosts Sarah Clark and Jim Carter talking with interesting people on a variety of subjects during its next installment. Clark spends time with “The Food Dude,” Kevin Roberts. Roberts, the host of TLC’s BBQ Pitmasters, […]

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