No-Shave November

As Halloween and October’s spooky festivities come to an end, a new occasion is growing. Literally. Beards across campus will start sprouting on November 1, only to run wild and free on young men’s faces for the span of 31 days.  Although both campus and nation-wide men will eagerly participate in No-Shave November, many may […]

Each November, brave souls across the country pledge to participate in National Novel Writing Month, or NaNoWriMo. For this project, writers are challenged to write a 50,000 word novel in a mere 30 days. Those who want to participate register at the National Novel Writing Month website ( http://nanowrimo.org/ ), which helps writers record their […]

November is Native American Heritage Month, celebrating vibrant experiences and traditions and highlighting awareness of often-overlooked parts of American history. Here at MSU, the North American Indigenous Student Organization (NAISO) provides social and cultural support to students. At a recent meeting, group members discussed upcoming plans, including a march from Beaumont Tower to the Rock […]

With November upon us and Halloween over, it seems that all eyes are turning eagerly toward Thanksgiving. As the next big American holiday approaching, you can expect November to be all about gorging yourself on turkey and, of course, giving thanks for all of the good things in your life. November is also a great […]

Destin to Teach

Dr. Epps-Robertson is one of MSU’s newest professors in the College of Art and Letters. Originally a Virginia native, she received both her bachelor’s degree in English and religious studies and master’s degree in English with a concentration in rhetoric from Virginia Commonwealth University. She then went on to get her Ph.D. from Syracuse University […]