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MSU SPORTS NOTEBOOK

September 15, 2010

MSU-Georgia game time set for 6 p.m., set for TV broadcast on Fox Sports

Bulldogs have a tough timewith Tiger quarterback 

September 15, 2010

Maybe ESPN analyst Kirk Herbstreit isn’t so far off the mark afterall.

No Bayou QB controversy yet  

September 15, 2010

LSU’s coaching staff attempted to quiet the rumbling Monday that a switch at the quarterback position could be coming in Baton Rouge.

Mullen: MSU TE Green expected to play

September 15, 2010

Mississippi State head coach Dan Mullen reaffirmed his confidence Monday that junior tight end Marcus Green would play Saturday night against Louisiana State.

It’s all the way live: Who’s playing where and when?

September 15, 2010

Live music makes for a fun weekend, particularly in a college town.

Visiting composer to give concert, master classes, workshops

September 15, 2010

Internationally acclaimed, multi-talented composer and keyboard artist Phillip Keveren will perform a concert and provide workshops to individuals and groups during his Mississippi State University ca

‘Unnecessary Farce’ a scathingly funny night of theatre

September 15, 2010

Those looking for a scathingly funny night of theatre should look no further than Starkville Community Theatre’s season opening production of Paul Slade Smith’s “Unnecessary Farce.”

CAMPUS BULLETIN BOARD

September 15, 2010

Roussin-Landry art exhibition now open

An exhibition of photographs by Wendy Roussin and silkscreen posters by Jude Landry is now open at the Visual Art Center Gallery at 808 University Drive.

National artists featured in ‘Three Cups of Tea’ exhibition

September 15, 2010

As part of the cultural and educational events for this fall’s common freshman reading program at Mississippi State, 43 contemporary ceramic artists are contributing their representations of cups to a

MSU senior sees success with seashell jewelry creations

September 15, 2010

Mississippi State student Anne Taylor Duease never would have thought her love of seashells would somehow become a trademark.

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