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Thursday
Apr172014

High School Art Exhibition Held by Kappa Pi

Charlie Benton

Reporter

 

The Rho Chapter of the Kappa Pi International Art Fraternity hosted its annual High School Invitational Exhibition on Friday, April 11.

 

The event, held in the Eugenia Summer Gallery in the Fine Arts Center on the MUW campus, was an exhibition of art from area high school students representing Starkville Academy, New Hope High School and Mooreville High School.

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Thursday
Apr172014

Young Black Leadership Association Week

Daysha Humphrey

Reporter

 

The Young Black Leadership Association (YBLA) hosted YBLA Week on April 8-12.

 

On April 8, the group sponsored karaoke/poetry night in the W room from 8-10 p.m. Refreshments were served. On April 9, it hosted a pool party in Stark Recreation Center from 6:30-9 p.m. Refreshments were also served.

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Monday
Apr142014

National Public Health Week celebrated at MUW  

Julessa Oglen

Managing Editor

The Department of Health and Kinesiology at MUW hosted National Public Health Week on campus from April 7-11 to educate students on the benefits of healthy living.

This years theme, “Public Health: Start Here,” focused on raising public health awareness.

 National Public Health Week is for communities, campuses and organizations across the United States to recognize the contributions of pubic health and highlight issues that are important for improving the health of the nation.

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Monday
Apr142014

Alumni Weekly

Daysha Humphrey

Reporter

 

Tina Rogers is a proud alumnus of Mississippi University for Women. She is originally from Indianapolis, Ind., but moved to Columbus, Miss., with her family and pursued her education here at the W. She is currently working at the W as the Coordinator of Online Students in the Business Department. Here, she talks about the W and her experiences as a student here.

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Wednesday
Apr092014

New MUW car tags available

Velvet Case

Reporter

 

The newly designed MUW specialty car tags are now available.

 

The W used the same car tag design for the past 20 years. The new design features a large “W,” along with the university’s website address. It also features the words “Long Blue Line.”

 

The new tag was designed by the MUW University Relations Department.

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