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‘Stories that deserve to be told’

MSU field school re-adding historically Black cemetery to the record books The walk through Starkville’s Cotton District to Mississippi State’s campus passes many unmistakable landmarks. Trendy restaurants, new apartments and unique stores dot University Drive, grabbing attention with bright signs, colorful exteriors and unique designs....
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Medical Science Program Builds State’s Future Docs

Petal High School senior Jonyla Garrett sees anesthesiology or operating room technology in her future. She can credit that clarity to Mississippi State University—and her television viewing habits. “I first got interested in medicine as a kid watching ‘Doc McStuffins’ and later ‘Grey’s Anatomy,’” she...

Driving Permitted

Mississippi State makes driving accessible to those with physical disabilities Like a rite of passage, most Mississippians head to their local highway patrol station at 16 years old to obtain a driver’s license. That piece of plastic—earned after demonstrating proficiency behind the wheel—opens the doors...

Nissan-T.K. Martin Partnership showcases commitment to community

A donation from Nissan North America has provided access to drivers’ education to many clients of the T.K. Martin Center. Outfitted with modern amenities and assistive technology, the donated 2021 Nissan Rogue sport utility vehicle will bolster the T.K. Martin Center’s ability to help those...

Giving the Axe to ‘Woody Breast’

When it comes to meat consumption in the United States, chicken rules the roost. Last year, the average American consumed more than 100 pounds of chicken meat—more than twice the amount per capita compared to 40 years ago. Improved breeding and processing techniques—and, consequently, lower...

Alumni News

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Alumni News

Transitioning Legacies

Hunter Henry Center’s focus shifts as MSU’s Division of Development and alumni Embrace The MILL AT MSU After more than two decades in the Hunter Henry Center, the Mississippi State University Division of Development and Alumni is moving to a new location. The organization is...
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National Board of Directors

The MSU Alumni Association national board of directors gathered on campus in October at the Hunter Henry Center for its fall meeting. Board members in attendance included – Front Row, L to R: Mary Ann Latham, Adrienne Morris, Paige Roper, John Shappley, President Terri Russell,...
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Former National Presidents

Former National Presidents of the MSU Alumni Association gathered in the Hunter Henry Center’s lobby as part of Former National Presidents Day, in September. The group is collectively recognized biennially for its loyal service. Those former national presidents in attendance included – Front Row, L...
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Alumni Delegates

Fifty-one MSU students are the 2022-23 members of the Alumni Association’s liaison organization, the Alumni Delegates. Chosen from nearly 300 applicants, this year’s group includes 21 returning and 30 new members.
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Alumni Tailgate Parties

The MSU Alumni Association enjoyed welcoming alumni and friends back “home” one last time to the Hunter Henry Center for the Official Alumni Tailgate this football season. To all of those who stopped by to visit and be a part of this special gameday tradition,...
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Honoring Excellence

Mississippi State University’s Alumni Fellows Program Mississippi State University has welcomed a new group of distinguished Bulldogs into its prestigious Alumni Fellows program. Sponsored by the MSU Alumni Association and the university’s eight academic colleges, it recognizes alumni who have excelled in their respective careers....
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