MSC instructor Dr. Philip Morton engages students from all over Oklahoma in learning exercises at ScienceFest 2015.
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Rain and the threat of severe weather didn’t dampen Murray State College’s Commencement festivities on Friday.
It's MSC vs. Western in the championship game of the Region 2 Baseball Tournament. Find a link for live streaming here.
The Aggies head to Enid for the Region 2 Tournament.
Murray State College announces Commencement Ceremony activities Friday, May 8 at 7:00 pm on the North Lawn of the Administration Building. There has been a slight change in inclement weather plans. Please see news story.
Several Murray State College softball players received honors from the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) this past week.
Murray State College sophomore Devyn Johnson has signed on to play with Hillsdale Free Will Baptist College, a National Christian College Athletic Association program.
The 2015 MSC Soccer schedules are ready, and Coaches Ross and Wiesler are hard at work building the teams.
Sulphur High School stand-out Bailee Eldred has signed with the Murray State College Women's Basketball Team.
Murray State College freshman Tine Randrup-Thomsen has signed on to play with Colorado Mesa University, an NCAA Division II program in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference.
PTA faculty Debbie Simmons has been named the Outstanding Physical Therapist Assistant for 2015 by the Oklahoma Physical Therapy Association (OPTA).
Murray State College sophomore Tierani Richardson has signed on to play with Arkansas Tech University, an NCAA Division II program in the Great American Conference.
The Murray State College Softball Team has won the NJCAA Division II Region 2 title.
Murray State College supporters, Brenda Bingham and Yulia Guseva, visited MSC’s Tishomingo campus to make generous donations to the MSC Foundation and the Nursing and Allied Health Building Renovation project.
Members of TRIBAL, Murray State College’s Native American student organization, host a stickball demonstration from April 16 on the MSC-Ardmore campus.
MSC sophomore Jared Nenninger presented results from a research project at the 63rd meeting of the Southwestern Branch of the Entomological Society of America in Tulsa.
Murray State College welcomes immediate past Oklahoma Poet Laureate Nathan Brown to its Ardmore Campus at the University Center of Oklahoma and the Goddard Center on April 9 for a public writing workshop, presentation, and book signing.
Murray State College President Joy McDaniel has been named to Governor Mary Fallin’s Education Advisory Panel.
The partnership between Murray State College and the Pink Pistol was recognized as one of twenty-seven business/higher education partnerships throughout the state.
The Murray State College theater students are hard at work rehearsing for the spring production of Treasure Island.
Members of the Murray State College faculty want to share their interests with the community through the MSC Speakers Bureau.
Hands-on and fun STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) activities are planned for the 2015 MSC Summer College STEM Academy.
Two Murray State College students and Phi Theta Kappa members have been chosen as All-Oklahoma Academic Team. Lourdes Martinez and Meagan Blake were honored at a luncheon at the State Capitol.
Dr. Philip Morton, anatomy and physiology instructor at Murray State College, recently published in the journal Hydrobiologia: The International Journal of Aquatic Sciences.
For the first time since 1981, the Murray State College women’s basketball team is going to the national tournament.
Murray State College employee Christen Puckett-Smith was recently named Oklahoma Veterinary Technician of the Year at the annual Oklahoma Veterinary Medical Association convention.
The Murray State College Chapter of Phi Beta Lambda (PBL) is taking donations to support supporting a statewide community service project. Donations will also be distributed locally.
The Murray State College Softball program is hard at work recruiting the Aggies of 2015. The newly signed class is comprised of 12 young ladies hailing from various cities and towns across Oklahoma and Texas.
The Murray State College Softball Team hosts Strike Out Cancer game.
The Murray State College President’s Scholars Program (PSP) is hosting a 5K Color Fun Run open to all ages. The proceeds from sponsors and participants will be contributed to the Veteran’s Scholarship Fund.
The annual Murray State College Scholastic Contest has been rescheduled for March 25.
A month into the Murray State College baseball schedule, winter weather has changed things up for the team. Despite the cold weather, postponements, and cancelations, the team is off to a winning start.
The Murray State College Global Education Committee presents holocaust survivor Inge Auerbacher for two presentations on Tuesday, February 24.
Students and faculty traveled to the La Suerte Biological Field Station in northeastern Costa Rica as a part of the Rainforest Ecology class.
History instructor Rebecca Jacobs-Pollez has been chosen to serve on the board of the Western Society for French History.
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The Murray State College Livestock Judging Team finished strong at the Denver National Western competition.
Murray State College has hired Cortney Wiesler to lead the women's soccer team in its inaugural season.
Softball signing season is here and Coach Stone is one the road signing new Aggies.
Outstanding Murray State College students are honored with the President's and Vice President's Honor Rolls.
The MSC Niche Club lends a helping hand to Johnston & Carter County families and individuals.
Phi Beta Lambda continues a decade-long tradition of collecting and delivering non-perishable food items to local food banks.
MSC Veterinary Technology Students hold 9th Annual Santa Night for hundreds of Johnston County children.
Murray State College celebrates International Education Week
Students in the President’s Scholars Program (PSP) are organizing a “Shop for a Student” program to benefit local children.
Meagan Blake, Paige Garvin, and MSC Instructor Michele Elmer are selected to participate in the Oklahoma Study Abroad Program.
Ten new members are inducted into Phi Theta Kappa, the international honor society for two-year colleges.
Three members of the Murray State College baseball program signed national letters of intent to continue their baseball careers at the NCAA Division I level.
Women's golfer Ali White brought back the top individual prize from the Lady Cardinal Classic.
As a part of Murray State College’s homecoming festivities, a groundbreaking was held for the new agriculture and science building.
Murray State College recently honored seven men with induction into one of MSC’s two Halls of Fame.
The Aggie Women’s Basketball Team kick off the season at the Seward County Pepsi Classic.
The MSC Theatre Department presents "See How They Run," a comedy, for the 2014 Fall play.
Fletcher Auditorium will be converted into a haunted house for a fundraiser for MSC students.
Junior college teams from Oklahoma and Texas will descend upon Tishomingo for an opportunity to compete in front of professional scouts and 4-year colleges, all while bettering themselves and preparing for the upcoming spring season.
The Men's Soccer team play in the first home game of the season vs. Rose State.
The Murray State College Lady Aggies softball team split a double header with the Kilgore College Rangers on Wednesday, September 17th.
Murray State College's accredited status has been continued by the Higher Learning Commission.
The Murray State College golf teams are helping to teach future golfers in Oklahoma. The team has partnered with Oak Hall Episcopal School to provide one-on-one coaching for Oak Hall students.
Two Aggies place in top five at SWCU golf Tournament.
The Murray State College Nursing Program teams up with OBI for a Fall Blood drive.
Murray State College held two Convocation ceremonies, one on the Tishomingo campus and one on the Ardmore campus. The ceremony gave students a chance to pledge to complete their degrees.
MSC baseball players are back on campus, many of whom are returning from collegiate summer leagues throughout the country. Several Aggies excelled in summer league competition, sharpening their skills for the 2015 season as Murray State sets its sights on another championship season.
MSC Alumni Keach Ballard named #75 professional prospect in Northwoods League
Murray State College is invites past softball athletes to help close out the fall season by playing in the first ever MSC Softball Alumni Game.
Murray State College recently acknowledged employees who have hit milestones in their dedication to service at the College.
Challenges have been accepted and given by MSC employees in the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge. President McDaniel and the Executive Cabinet get in on the fun.
Several representatives from Murray State College recently took a trip to Oklahoma City as a part of the True Blue Travel program. True Blue Travel provides MSC sponsored day trips to points of interest in the region.
Close to 700 high school students across the area took advantage of the Murray State College Concurrent Enrollment program last year, getting a jump start on higher education and maximizing their change for academic success.
The MSC Baseball team will hold a Fall Scrimmage and Family Day on Saturday, August 23.
MSC's Tierani Richardson participates in the NJCAA All--Star weekend in Florida.
MSC alum, and current assistant baseball coach, Brandon Marris was crowned a champion in his first season of professional baseball.
The new MSC Speakers Bureau offers the community expert speakers on a variety of topics.
Aggies sophomore catcher Lane Paul has been selected to play with the National Junior College Athletic Association National Team for the remainder of the summer.
Several Aggies have received recognition for their outstanding play this summer and have been named as All-Stars.
Several Murray State College Aggies have signed on to play baseball at the next level. In fact, all the graduating sophomores from the 2014 team are headed to college in the fall.
Summer externships are underway for the second-year students in Murray State College’s Veterinary Technology Program. The eleven students are working throughout the area, getting hands-on training in their new careers.
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Murray State College baseball standout Connor Counce has been named as a National Junior College Athletic Association second-team All-American. In the fall, he heads to SE to play for the Savage Storm.
Fun hands-on activities, new friends, and a better understanding of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics…those are just some of the things forty young people from across Oklahoma experienced at Murray State College’s Summer STEM Academy.
Murray State College employee Amanda Baldridge, director of academic advisement, has authored an article titled Making Sense of Advisement in a Dr. Seuss World.
Many players from the Murray State College Aggies Baseball team are hard at work in summer league play. Several Aggies are playing on league teams across the country, and one Aggie is set to play on a national team.
Forty-seven new registered nurses graduated from the Murray State College nursing program this spring. Awards were given to recognize nursing students who achieved significant academic success and professionalism.
Murray State College is accepting bids for the second cutting of cattle quality alfalfa hay, and 4 x 5 round bale mixed grass hay.