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Archive - Sep 16, 2012

New research park building opens at MSU

September 16, 2012

BY JIM LAIRD
For Starkville Daily News

Mississippi State officials will join with U.S. Sens. Thad Cochran and Roger Wicker and U.S. Rep. Gregg Harper Monday [Sept. 17] to celebrate the grand opening of the newest building in the Thad Cochran Research, Technology and Economic Development Park.

Supes to consider approving grants

September 16, 2012

By NATHAN GREGORY
citybeat@starkvilledailynews.com

The Okitbbeha County Board of Supervisors will consider approving two grants which will help step up seat belt and DUI enforcement at its meeting today.

Craftsmen’s Guild of Miss. welcomes Starkville artist

September 16, 2012

By MATT CRANE
life@starkvilledailynews.com

Along with 12 other members, the Craftsmen’s Guild of Mississippi welcomed local artist and craftsman Dylan Karges into its prestigious organization after an August jury process.

Karges said he thought about joining the guild for years and worked with the organization to bring a collection to Mississippi State University for an exhibit.

Students prepare for 85th annual National FFA Convention

September 16, 2012

By STEVEN NALLEY
sdnedu@bellsouth.net

Rusty Coats has taught at Millsaps for 20 years, and for most of those years, Millsaps students have had a place at the National Future Farmers of America Organization Convention and Expo.

Teaching moments: Mullen to use Troy win as lesson for No. 23 Bulldogs

September 16, 2012

Mississippi State took the football field against the Trojans of Troy, Ala. and when the game was over, the Bulldogs left the field with a six-point win and a game film that would provide the teachable lessons coach Dan Mullen was looking for.

Georgia's attack too much for MSU volleyball

September 16, 2012

The Georgia Bulldogs went on the attack against Mississippi State in Southeastern Conference volleyball on Sunday.

There wasn't much the homestanding Bulldogs could do about it at Newell-Grissom Building as Georgia won a 3-1 decision.

Georgia was the aggressor by making good on a .303 hitting percentage, while Mississippi State's percentage dipped to .190 by the end of the match.

Kardos debuts novel ‘The Three-Day Affair’

September 16, 2012

By MATT CRANE
life@starkvilledailynews.com

For his debut novel, Michael Kardos is hitting the road, but not in the fun-loving, friendly road trip sort of way.

Beginning 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 18 in the Rogers Auditorium at Mississippi State University, Kardos will host a book launch for "The Three-Day Affair."

We've got some dawgs up in here

September 16, 2012

A strong unbleached cloth of hemp, flex or other course of yarn is used for painting called a canvas. To create is to bring things into being by having having a costume such as the dress of a bulldog, spelled in our great state of Mississippi and the finest university, Mississippi State University. We spell our bulldog who is our mascot, bulldawg!

Bucket lists change as time passes

September 16, 2012

Life is like a roll of toilet paper.  The closer to the end you get, the faster it goes. 

This was a milestone year for the Class of ’65 and we had planned to milk it for all it was worth. Like Sleeping Beauty, we must have fallen asleep somewhere around Valentines Day and Prince Charming is out on a date with a 30-something year old, leaving us to snooze.

Plentiful, available food supply remains key to global stability

September 16, 2012

By Mark Keenum
Guest Columnist

Mississippi State University this week hosted an international conference on “Food Security for the Future.” In our complex, rapidly changing world beset by hundreds of daunting challenges, none is bigger, more important or more fundamental than the task of feeding all the inhabitants of our planet in years to come.

Pasta, bread, pizza crusts, peanut butter, fried foods, beef, even certain types of chips — these are all foods that...
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