Roundabout U gets presidential, saddles up, feasts on the national bird, checks out good deed

Murray State University’s Roundabout U finds co-hosts Jim Carter and Sarah Clark syncing on two upcoming red-letter dates on the next episode — an anniversary and a holiday. Carter and Clark talk one-on-one with Dr. Randy Dunn, president of Murray State University, and recognize him for five years of leadership on campus. Dunn began his […]

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Recording artist Julie Roberts to visit campus alongside myriad of talent, business professionals

The Nashville Association of Talent Directors (NATD) is back this year for the “NATD College of Knowledge” at Murray State University on Thursday, Nov. 17, at 7 p.m. in Lovett Auditorium. Among the expert panel participants will be CMT star and performer, Julie Roberts, most noted for her hit “Break Down Here,” which topped out […]

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Nashville music business talent converges on Murray’s campus for one-of-a-kind event

The Nashville Association of Talent Directors (NATD) is back this year for the “NATD College of Knowledge” at Murray State University on Thursday, Nov. 17, at 7 p.m. in Lovett Auditorium. There is no admission charge for the event. MSU music business students are especially encouraged to attend, but the program is open to anyone. […]

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International Education Week connecting globally

Murray State University invites students, faculty and staff, as well as the Murray community, to participate in International Education Week (IEW) on campus, Nov. 14-18. IEW began in 2000 and is recognized in more than 100 countries. It is an event to understand global economies and encourage international education and exchange. Murray State University strives […]

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Roundabout U all about the music

Murray State University’s Roundabout U is all about the music this week with co-hosts Sarah Clark and Jim Carter Carter and Clark attend the Lovett Live Series in Murray this week to see aspiring songwriters and to explore the songwriting series at MSU.  Pattie Donahoe, vice president of the Bazel Group, helps bring in rising country […]

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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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