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

Sen. Rand Paul visits sold-out Curris Center

March 17, 2016 Republicans from across the region met for the West Kentucky Lincoln Reagan Dinner in the Curris Center Ballroom on Saturday in celebration and preparation for the primary and general elections to come. Sen. Rand Paul headlined the sold-out event alongside several local Republican candidates. Paul’s main focus was the budget, nationally and locally. He said… Read More Sen. Rand Paul visits sold-out Curris Center

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

State of the University Address: Murray State’s future of funding and student success

President Bob Davies counts the three stars on the seal of his school: hope, achievement and endeavor. With these in mind, he acknowledges 93 years of progress and looks to the future of Murray State. In his inaugural State of the University Address, Davies began by highlighting the school’s many accomplishments of the past year.… Read More State of the University Address: Murray State’s future of funding and student success