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MSU students well represented in state art contest

January 10, 2014

Students from 11 colleges across the state submitted 767 works of art to the Mississippi Collegiate Art Competition (MCAC), and of those, 124 pieces were chosen for display this week.

Mississippi State University Interim Art Department Head Jamie Mixon said of those 124 pieces, 35 came from MSU, submitted by 22 students. She said this is the second straight year where MSU has had more entries selected for MCAC than any other school.

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