The full cast of 10 toga-clad Honors students joins together on the outdoor stage at the conclusion of their Classical Week play
International student observes the Clothesline Project submissions.
The Science of Skeletons
Anthopology Professor Molly Zuckerman shows her anthopology class bones as part of an Osteology class on vertebrae.
Viewed from above, dozens of benches are lined up with architecture students and professors talking and sitting amongst them.
Focusing on Diversity in the Classroom
Led by Professor Devon Brenner, a group of Engineering faculty talk over lunch in the Grisham Room
A Salute to the Beatles
A string quartet surrounds the Cellophane Flowers lead singer on guitar, with a photo of the Brooklyn Bridge projected behind.
Celebrating Mississippi Art
Three students chat in the Cullis Wade Depot Art Gallery, surrounded by art from the Mississippi Museum of Art's collection.
Imagine the Possibilities
MSU students and children brainstorm at a school cafeteria table covered with drawing paper and art supplies.
Hitting the Open Road
President Keenum gives a thumbs-up through his car window after driving the length of the new Hail State Boulevard.
Setting the Stage
Buddy Gentry looks over letters on football field before painting.
Coffee and Conversation
Three friends chat over coffee and a laptop at Starbucks table.
UAS Partnership Soars
MSU Pres. Mark Keenum thanks DHS, Natl. Guard, and congressional and state leaders for UAS Partnership at Camp Shelby.
Once in a Lifetime
Students watching solar eclipse with proper eye wear on Drill Field
Grill on the Drill
Students laughing together while waiting to hand out more hot dogs and hamburgers on the Drill Field
Mississippi Representative Tyrone Ellis is sillhouetted against a sunset during his speech at the Unity Vigil.
First Day in Old Main
View looking down on swirl of students from Old Main Academic Center stairs, with hanging lantern with arrow at center.
Canoes full of students throw buckets full of water at eachother in an attempt to sink each other's boats.
Driving the First Nail
President Keenum using a hammer to drive the first nail on the new Habitat for Humanity house.
Riley Campus Courtyard opens
Public figures from Starkville and Meridian campus use giant scissors to cut a ribbon on a new plaza in Meridian.
Creating a Spark
Travis Galliano welds beams for an awning at the new Old Main Academic Center
Visiting Japanese company touring Institute for Clean Energy Technology
President Keenum in maroon shirt speaking with microphone at the Neshoba County Fair.
Higher point of view of a field of crops with two people walking by the field.