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A battle of the Sivills siblings ends in a Racers win
Racers earn record-breaking season-opening win after delayed start to season
Faculty Senate finishes semester with controversial discussions
Beshear gives update on potential budget cut
Racer Dining employee discusses effects of COVID-19 outbreak


Board of Regents decides to remain in pension system

Gage Johnson Editor-in-Chief Cady Stribling News Editor The Board of Regents held a meeting on Friday, Dec. 4, via Zoom to discuss many topics including the KERS Nonhazardous pension system, fall enrollment and a revised mission statement and strategic plan.   COVID-19 Relief Funds President Bob Jackson announced Gov. Andy Beshear is providing Read More


women’s basketball falls to SEMO

Jakob Milani Staff Writer Defense was on display for the SEMO Redhawks on Thursday, Jan. 14, when they defeated the Murray State Racers 69-53. Both teams started off slow, with neither scoring more than three points during the first 3:30. A floater by junior guard Macey Turley put the Racers up 5-3. SEMO played Read More


Rock-A-Thon event to be held virtually

Dionte Berry Staff Writer Alpha Gamma Delta’s Rock-A-Thon is a traditional Murray State philanthropy event, but like many other traditions it has seen a break from the norm because of COVID-19. The Rock-A-Thon is an annual event that started during the 1970s where Greek organizations face off in a lip sync dance competition to Read More


Conquering COVID-19: It takes an entire campus to beat the coronavirus

On Tuesday, Aug. 18, The News posted an editorial urging University administrators to release the number of positive COVID-19 cases on campus. Since then, President Bob Jackson sent out the number of positive students (14), faculty and staff (4) COVID-19 cases as of Aug.19. The News thanks President Jackson and University administrators for listening to Read More