Women march for equality worldwide

Jan. 23, 2017 By Alicia Steele, Kelsey Watznauer, Kelsey Grapperhaus and Paige Clanahan More than a million people gathered in Washington Saturday to march to the White House, taking a stand for women’s rights around the globe. “Every single person in those streets had a story – a reason for being there,” said Allison Borthwick, Murray State… Read More Women march for equality worldwide

‘Waiting for the worst’: Diversity resources offer support post-election

Nov. 22, 2016 Following the election of Donald Trump, students at Murray State cheered, wept, protested and went to class like nothing had happened. During his campaign, Trump said he will be “the greatest jobs president that God ever created,” but his promises in relation to minority groups were more memorable, Anna Vasquez, student adviser… Read More ‘Waiting for the worst’: Diversity resources offer support post-election

Murray State students, community meet to discuss violence

Sept. 15, 2016   With the help of strawberry cake and chocolate pie, students, faculty, staff and community members were invited to start a conversation about violence and work together to find solutions. Peggy Hinds, interim executive director of the Kentucky Council of Churches, facilitated the annual “Conversation and Dessert,” Tuesday evening in the Curris… Read More Murray State students, community meet to discuss violence