The newly designated Borlaug Scholars enjoyed a full day at MSU learning about food security, including a chance to meet with MS

Mississippi high school students visit MSU to help solve world hunger

High school students from across the state spent Friday [March 24] at Mississippi State University discussing how to solve world hunger.

March 24, 2017
Internationally renowned pianist Jeff Barnhart of Mystic, Connecticut, is serving his fourth year as artistic director of Missis

Take a step back in time: MSU Libraries’ Templeton Ragtime and Jazz Festival offers 1920s-inspired experiences

When Mississippi State University Libraries’ Templeton Ragtime and Jazz Festival returns next Thursday-Saturday [March 30-April 1], patrons of Mitchell Memorial Library will travel back to the 1920s and experience what many consider one of the most fascinating eras in American culture.

March 24, 2017
Wes Moore in a blue shirt sitting on brown stairs.

Maroon Edition book tells story of one name, two very different lives

The compelling story of how two young men with the same name—growing up at the same time in the same neighborhood—could end up in two very different places is Mississippi State’s 2017 Maroon Edition common reading program book selection.

March 20, 2017

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