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Jacobs elected new Faculty Regent

The empty seat of Faculty Regent has been filled by newly elected Regent Martin Jacobs, professor of education. Jacobs, who has 16 years as an educator under his belt, was elected Wednesday after a vote on MyGate. Running against Jacobs was James “Corky” Broughton, professor in the School…

Researcher examines changing local demographics

Ron Crouch, director of Research and Statistics for the Kentucky Education and Workforce Development Cabinet, spoke Tuesday afternoon in Freed Curd Auditorium about changing demographic patterns in the U.S., Kentucky and specifically Calloway County. Crouch stressed the relationship between the decline in births of white Americans since the…

Murray State signs new agreement with Chinese university

Murray State gained a new global partner in education when an agreement was signed with Chinese university Zhejiang Wanli in September. The partnership between the two universities began before any paperwork was started. Guangming Zou, interim director of Institute for International Studies, said he was in Hong Kong…

Hemp harvest begins after months of growth

Hemp harvest begins after months of growth

Murray State’s engagement as hemp-growers for the Kentucky Department of Agriculture is coming to an end following months…

RACING BACK HOME

RACING BACK HOME

Racers revel in Homecoming happiness, from the parade to the football game and everything in between. [Show thumbnails]…

COMING FORWARD

COMING FORWARD

Public Safety and Emergency Management is investigating a third reported sexual assault of a Murray State student this…

University rated as military friendly

For the fifth year in a row, Murray State has been designated a Military Friendly School, among just…

Senator visits local Briggs and Stratton

Senator visits local Briggs and Stratton

Murray’s Briggs and Stratton engine company received a rare visitor Wednesday when U.S. Sen. Mitch McConnell stopped to…

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