Monthly Archives: September 2014

Campus uses social media to promote mental health

> > STARKVILLE, Miss.–Because students in higher education need access to mental health resources, Mississippi State University’s Connection Project is surveying students to determine what they know about available assistance. > > “Suicide is the second leading cause of death…

October is National Dyslexia Awareness Month

> > COLUMBUS, Miss. — October is National Dyslexia Awareness Month and the Speech and Hearing Center at Mississippi University for Women wants individuals to be aware of the signs associated with the reading disorder and misconceptions that surround it.…

Well-known artist to unveil refuge-inspired creation

> > STARKVILLE, Miss.–Kathryn Hunter, a former Mississippi State artist-in-residence, is a special guest this weekend at the Sam D. Hamilton Noxubee National Wildlife Refuge’s Wildlife Outdoor Learning Festival. > > At 9 a.m. Saturday [Sept. 27], the Decatur, Alabama-based…

Field day planned for forages, beef

> > > PRAIRIE — Beef and forage producers will receive current recommendations on a variety of topics influencing production success at a field day on Oct. 25. > > The 2014 Fall Beef Cattle and Forage Field Day will…

HEAVY RAINFALL POSSIBLE THIS WEEKEND

> > PEARL – The Mississippi Emergency Management Agency wants to remind Mississippians to be prepared for heavy rainfall with the potential for flash flooding on Saturday into Sunday. > > The National Weather Service says that some areas of…