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Charging for CHANGE

Charging for CHANGE

A new environmentally friendly change in policy may come to Murray State next year to provide funding for green energy and sustainability projects around campus. However, it’s students who would pay the bill, not administration. The Murray Environmental Student Society is proposing the implementation of a “Green Fee,”…

International Justice Mission to help stop human trafficking

International  Justice Mission  to help stop  human trafficking

Four women covered in painted-on bruises and draped with “for sale” signs caught the attention of students in the Quad earlier this month. With rope-bound hands, the women passed out fliers and spoke with about 25 onlookers who stopped to ask about the demonstration Nov. 6 and Nov.…

Human Rights LGBT revisions postponed after concerns raised

Human Rights LGBT revisions postponed after concerns raised

The city council chambers overflowed with citizens and Murray State students Nov. 13 when the Murray City Council convened to discuss revisions to the Human Rights Ordinance pertaining to the LGBT community. The Human Rights Ordinance regulates civil liberties of residents in Murray. It does not list sexual…

Ruling puts gay rights in flux

Ruling puts gay rights in flux

Following recent appeals made by Kentucky and three other states, the issue of whether it is constitutional to…

Anti-discrimination director speaks of post 9/11

Anti-discrimination director speaks of post 9/11

Fatina Abdrabboh’s mixed background, with a mother from Arkansas and a father from Jordan, opened her eyes to…

Grissom awarded $500 toward psychology research

Grissom awarded $500 toward psychology research

The office of Undergraduate Research and Scholarly Activity (URSA) awarded Layne Grissom, senior psychology major from Louisville, Ky.,…

Geier, Linzy named outstanding senior woman, man

Danielle Geier and Benjamin Linzy were named Outstanding Senior Woman and Man for December 2014 graduates. Both students…

Officials strategize for University’s next steps

For the rest of the 2014-15 academic year, Murray State officials will plan initiatives for the University to…

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