A partnership between Mississippi State University and East Mississippi Community College is providing a path into advanced degree programs for transfer students interested in the biomedical and behavioral research fields.
Let's kick this new garden year off by getting more of something while giving part of it away.
The next show in the Starkville Area Arts Council's Art in Public Places (AiPP) series begins with a reception Thursday, Jan. 24, 2019, at 5:30 p.m. in the lobby of The Partnership at 200 E. Main St. in Starkville.
Plant away the stress of the of the holidays and add some fragrance to the new year by growing paperwhites. Just plant the bulbs, no cold treatment needed, and watch them grow into their blooming beauty.
It's the time of year when many people are setting their annual New Year's resolutions. What can you do to better your chances of turning those goals into reality?
The Mississippi State University Extension Service ushers in 2019 with three Quick Bites programs in January.
Life has been pretty cool lately for Owen Hardin. This past fall, the 19-year-old Starkville High School senior with Down syndrome was elected homecoming king by the student body. And on Dec. 11, he was the guest of honor at a fashion show fundraiser for the Central Mississippi Down Syndrome Society, an event created by fellow classmate Hannah Jian.
Organizers of the 4-H Shooting Sports program know there is more than one way to instill life lessons.
Our family Christmases have always been special to me, but one particular Christmas has always come to the forefront of my memory as being the best Christmas ever.
From rare rocks and antique clocks to self-playing instruments and eye-opening insects, Mississippi State's museums and galleries have something for everyone.
As a decade-long tradition continues, a local mother has a new home for starting her own holiday traditions, thanks to a partnership between Mississippi State University and Starkville Area Habitat for Humanity.
Dee Larson, interim chair of Mississippi University for Women's business department, and Demyia (Myia) Graham, a student in sciences and mathematics, will be recognized at the Higher Education Appreciation Day, Working for Academic Excellence (HEADWAE) Tuesday, Feb. 26.
The discovery of more than 7,000 coffins over the past few years at the former site of a state-owned lunatic asylum has put Mississippi State University School of Architecture students to work.
Time to 'fess up about 2018's garden foibles and failures. I've had 'em.