Monthly Archives: November 2014

Handle with care when hanging holiday lights

> > > By Brittany Jacks > MSU Ag Communications > > MISSISSIPPI STATE — Holiday lights brighten the inside and outside of homes during this season, but these decorations should be treated with caution. > > Mississippi State University…

MSU athletes pass the ball forward as mentors

> > > By Vanessa Beeson > College of Agriculture and Life Sciences > > MISSISSIPPI STATE — In the midst of a historical football season at Mississippi State University, the spotlight shines brightly on the Bulldogs, many of whom…

MSU Extension deer apps help hunters

> > > MISSISSIPPI STATE — Deer hunters can take wildlife biologists’ expertise with them to the woods this season by downloading free apps from Mississippi State University. > > Three smartphone apps were developed by experts with the MSU…

MSU’s Hurst Hall damaged by component failure

> > > The failure of a newly installed component of the fire suppression system produced substantial water damage in one Mississippi State University residence hall early Wednesday, Nov. 19. > > The damage was limited to 34 rooms in…

Statesmen 10th, 11th In DII Top 25 Football Polls

> > Statesmen 10th, 11th In DII Top 25 Football Polls > 11/18/2014 | Football > CLEVELAND, Mississippi – Fresh off claiming the school’s seventh Gulf South Conference football championship with a 27-3 win over rival Mississippi College, Delta State…

MORA reaches milestone

> The Mississippi Organ Recovery Agency (MORA) reached a milestone earlier this month by completing its 2000th tissue donor. Federally designated as Mississippi’s Organ Procurement Organization in 1994, MORA began tissue recovery services in 2000. Since that time, MORA’s Tissue…

Farm Bureau to hold 93rd Annual Meeting

> > > JACKSON — Mississippi Farm Bureau delegates will gather in Jackson for their 93rd annual convention, December 6-8, with an agenda to set policy for the state’s largest farm organization. Mississippi Farm Bureau President Randy Knight, a Pelahatchie…

Bringing Signs to Life

> > JACKSON, MISS.—Can you imagine a world without highway signs? It would be a confusing, directionless and dangerous place. Motorists would have difficulty figuring out directions, while highways would be a frightening place occupied by vehicles traveling at exceedingly…