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A past class held at the Chamber.;
The Choctaw County Chamber of Commerce and the Mississippi State Extension Service eBeat team will be hosting an education workshop titled "Using Social Media for Your Business."
Tue Sep 16, 2014
Hull & Smith are nominees for the Pro Football Hall of Fame Class of 2015
The Pro Football Hall of Fame revealed their nominees for the Class of 2015. The list includes 113 nominees.
The Bulldogs have lost 14 in a row in the series dating back to 1999 and 21 of 22 since the Southeastern Conference split into two divisions in 1992. The dubious stretch has featured a few close losses and even more embarrassing blowouts.
Mon Sep 15, 2014
Madison man linked to Starkville drug sales
Authorities in Madison County say a 19-year-old man has been arrested for suspicion of selling the drug LSD at Mississippi State University. Madison Sheriff Randy Tucker tells WCBI-TV that Kaleb Chhabra was booked with possession with intent to distribute the drug.
For Whom The Cowbell Tolls
Here's the wonderful Jack Cristil tribute from Saturday's pregame
We've seen numerous tributes and personal stories about former MSU radio voice Jack Cristil shared this past week since his passing away late on the evening of September 7th, but it wouldn't have been fitting to not have a radio tribute given Jack's more than 50 years spent calling Mississippi State basketball and football games. This tribute was played on the radio prior to Saturday's South Alabama game, and a big, big thanks to Learfield for sharing it via soundcloud for those of us who missed it.
Sun Sep 14, 2014
Hodges, Pearson to lead Meridian campus
The two will fill the vacancy created by the departure of Meridian Dean Steven Brown, who was named dean of arts, social sciences and humanities at the University of West Florida. Hodges has been a Mississippi State faculty member for more than 30 years and currently serves as associate vice president for academic affairs in the office of the provost and executive vice president.
Sat Sep 13, 2014
Crimson And Cream Machine
Oklahoma Sooners Football Recruiting | Jamal Danley Commits
The second verbal commit of the weekend is now in the books. JUCO OT Jamal Danley has verbally committed to the Sooners.
Fri Sep 12, 2014
Study estimates 24000 transgender people will be disenfranchised by Voter ID
The Williams Institute at the UCLA School of Law has released a new study , this time concerning the affects of Voter ID. The Potential Impact of Voter Identification Laws on Transgender Voters in 2014 General Election , written by Jody Herman, concludes that there could be over 24000 eligible transgender voters across ten states who will not be able to vote because of Voter ID laws.
For Whom The Cowbell Tolls
Brave MSU fan proposes to girlfriend in Nick Saban's office
Two years ago, a 7-0 Mississippi State team marched into Tuscaloosa with a #webelieve campaign and a sincere hope that they would be 8-0 come the following Monday. That did not happen, as the Crimson Tide steamrolled MSU that day, 38-7.
For Whom The Cowbell Tolls
Three keys to victory vs. South Alabama
The game against South Alabama on Saturday offers Mississippi State its first road test of the season. We'll look at three things the Bulldogs must do to come out victorious.
Our Opinion: Higher ed enrollment may grow more slowly in U.S.
Mississippi's public universities and community colleges, whose enrollments grew at a brisk pace for several years after the turn of the millennium, have slowed in gaining additional students, and community colleges statewide actually have lost enrollment for four consecutive years. Those eight taxpayer-supported universities have a total of 79,909 students, an increase of 871 students, or 1.1 percent.
Wed Sep 10, 2014
Enrollment in Mississippi universities remains steady
Those eight universities have a total of 79,909 students, an increase of 871 students, or 1.1 percent. The data was released by the state Institutions of Higher Learning.
Tue Sep 09, 2014
Parents urged to immunize
August is National Immunization Awareness Month, and the Mississippi State Department of Health wants to remind parents that vaccinating their child is one of the most important things a parent can do and it is the law. Immunizations give parents the safe, proven power to protect their children from 14 serious diseases before they turn two years old.
Photo: Softball under a Super Moon
Members of the Sigma Chi fraternity compete in intramural softball on Mississippi State campus under Monday night's Harvest Moon. This Harvest Moon - the full moon closest to the autumnal equinox - is also a Super Moon, meaning it is closest to the Earth during its elliptical orbit.
Red Cup Rebellion
Shooting Guard Donte Fitzpatrick Commits to Ole Miss
Donte Fitzpatrick, a shooting guard out of Memphis, Tennessee's Southwind High School, committed to the Ole Miss Rebel basketball program this morning. He made his announcement via a photoshopped ESPN The Magazine cover over his Twitter feed.
Our Opinion: Cristil's professionalism shaped his lasting mark
Jack Cristil's rich, distinctive voice and precise descriptives helped create a vast radio audience for Mississippi State football and basketball for 58 years until his doctor-ordered retirement in 2011, and during his storied tenure at the mic he became the most ardent of Maroon and White supporters. His identity with Mississippi State University was at least as strong as any of the other long-term and much-heard collegiate announcers in U.S. history.
Mon Sep 08, 2014
The Mississippi Press
Mississippi health officials confirm 5 new cases of West Nile virus, 1 in Harrison County
Mississippi health officials have confirmed five new cases of West Nile virus -- two each Forrest and Hinds counties and one in Harrison County. The Mississippi State Department of Health says Hinds County has had the most West Nile virus cases so far this year, with six.
Sun Sep 07, 2014
MSU broadcasting icon Jack Cristil dies at age 88
Mississippi State University's Office of Public Affairs announced today that legendary MSU broadcaster Jack Cristil died Sunday at the age of 88 due to complications from kidney disease and cancer after an extended illness. At the time of his retirement in 2011, his 58 years with Mississippi State was the second-longest tenured college radio play-by-play announcer in the country.