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On-campus students allowed to visit other Residential Colleges

Staff Report Murray State moved into the second phase of visitation guidelines detailed in the Racer Restart Initiative, allowing hall to hall visitation. As of 8 a.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 29, students living in the residential halls are now allowed to visit residents in other halls on campus. With the new phase comes additional restrictions Read More


Sports

Koclanakis earns preseason honors

Jakob Milani Contributing Writer jmilani@murraystate.edu With his senior season quickly approaching, senior linebacker Anthony Koclanakis was named to the Stats Perform FCS Preseason All-America Third Team. The preseason nod adds to Kocklankis’ plethora of accolades he has accrued during his Murray State career. After being a 2019 First-Team All-OVC selection, he was also named to Read More


Features

Alumnus named Paducah assistant principal

Ciara Benham Staff Writer cbenham@murraystate.edu While simultaneously running for state representative, a Murray State graduate has been named assistant principal at Paducah’s new Career and Technical Education Center. Corbin Snardon, who received his master’s degrees in school counseling and education administration from Murray State, earned the assistant principal position at the Paducah Innovation Hub. The Read More


Opinion

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