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Regents talk Title IX, projects at annual retreat

Light was shed on sexual harassment policies, risk management issues and future construction projects at an annual Board of Regents retreat today. In the off-campus, relaxed clubhouse of the Frances E. Miller Memorial Golf Course, Regents, administration and staff gave their input on various Murray State projects. Risk…

VIDEO: Students comment on Ferguson protests, violence

VIDEO: Students comment on Ferguson protests, violence

  The Murray State News Opinion Editor Carly Besser asked students across campus to share their opinions regarding protests in Ferguson, Mo. On Aug. 9, 18-year-old Michael Brown was shot to death by a Ferguson officer, sparking community protests, violence and arrests. The students speaking in order are Chaveon…

University names new Greek Life coordinator

Kendall Harris, a Murray State graduate student, was named the new Greek Life coordinator by the Office of Student Affairs on Monday. Harris was extended a one-year contract to fill the position temporarily and the position will be advertised again during the 2014-15 academic year. Don Robertson, vice…

Residential College opens after year of renovations

Residential College opens after year of renovations

Newly renovated Hester Residential College seems to have changed everything over the last year except for one thing…

Summer fire affects local businesses

Summer fire affects local businesses

The smell of smoke, pieces of broken glass and burnt debris that still litter the sidewalk and the…

Davies jumps into campus life, events

Davies jumps into campus life, events

If you were president of the University for a day, what would you change? President Bob Davies has…

Cookout becomes new late-night hangout spot

When seeking out a place to grab a quick bite between classes this semester, students will notice changes…

Freshmen class optimistic about first semester

Freshmen class optimistic about first semester

For the first time ever, the University has taken an in-depth look at incoming freshmen from a survey…

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