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Engagement: Mary Jo Williams & Will Cox
Mary Jo, a graduate of Mississippi State University, lives in Atlanta and works as an Account Executive for Ogilvy and Mather.
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5 hrs ago
People on the Move: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Vicksburg District
Sibley began her corps career in the analytical section of the geotechnical branch in June 2009.
5 hrs ago
People on the Move: Dale Partners Architects P.A.
He is based in the Jackson office. He has a bachelor degree in architecture from Mississippi State University.
Sat Mar 15, 2014
Mill project ground-breaking set for Thursday
Local, state and university representatives will break ground for the Mill at MSU development project 3:30 p.m. Thursday at the Cooley Building, officials have confirmed.
Salt Lake Tribune
Study: Protestant work ethic isn't just Protestant anymore
America's vaunted Protestant work ethic is getting a makeover: Now it might be more of an atheist work ethic.
Religious Freedom: A history
In recent months, the concept of religious freedom has become central to an often embittered national discussion, as bills in Arizona, Kansas, Idaho, Mississippi, and elsewhere move to allow business owners to turn away not only homosexual customers, but anyone they feel serving would violate their faith.
UM parking guru: Experiments, expectations
Mike Harris says countless variables can be managed in the quest for more effective parking and transportation strategies on the University of Mississippi campus.
Fri Mar 14, 2014
Study Abroad Mississippi
My name is Kristen Bloom, and I am a Study Abroad Coordinator at Mississippi State University.
Mississippi Business Journal
MDOT welcomes Scott, Pettit
The Mississippi Department of Transportation recently welcomed Jason Scott as public information officer in the Public Affairs Division.
Delta Farm Press
New label for herbicide targets pigweed in rice
Broadleaf weeds have become an increasing problem in Mid-South rice production over the last decade.
Wheat beats hard freeze
Mississippi's in-season wheat crop and the soil that will soon host the state's springtime plantings seem to be holding their own against an unusually cold winter.
MSU joins Mexican groups to study Gulf ecosystem
A research consortium led by Mississippi State University is partnering with a group of institutions in Mexico to advance further study of the Gulf of Mexico's ecosystem.
Thu Mar 13, 2014
Calibrachoa, verbena bring summer colors
GARY BACHMAN/MISSISSIPPI STATE UNIVERSITY EXTENSION SERVICECalibrachoa Noa Sunset has contrasting orange popsicle-colored petals and a reddish-orange center.
Delta Farm Press
New farm bill: not enough monetary 'grease' to accommodate everyone
"We're in an extremely difficult environment in this country for getting anything done legislatively," says John Anderson, deputy chief economist for the American Farm Bureau Federation.
Rankins assumes Alcorn State presidency
The state College Board chose Rankins in February following an abbreviated search that became necessary after its former president resigned over a purchasing scandal.
Tue Mar 11, 2014
3/11/2014 - Musser Foundation Honors MSU's McCurdy
The award is given to outstanding Ph.D. candidates who, in the final phase of their graduate studies, demonstrate overall excellence throughout their doctoral program in turfgrass research.
Mon Mar 10, 2014
The Mississippi Press
Boy Scout Court of Honor awards Eagle Scout to MSU student Zachary Cuny of Ocean Springs
Zachary Cuny, son of Antonio and Stephanie Cuny of Ocean Springs, will be awarded the Eagle Scout Award, the highest rank awarded in scouting.
Jury deliberating over Parvin verdict
Jurors began deliberations shortly before 1 p.m. in the second murder trial of former Mississippi State University professor David Parvin.
Full-service pharmacy in Starkville a dream for owners
B.J. Cougle was working for a small pharmacy chain in Starkville when a major chain, Walgreens, bought out the only hometown pharmacy.
Sun Mar 09, 2014
Percussion ensemble releases debut CD
Members of the Mississippi State University Percussion Ensemble pictured are, front row, from left, Derrick Jones, Garrett Gibson, Blake Patterson and Steven Culpepper.