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Lifelong memories

I met some of my lifelong friends there at Murray State University. I reflect back on my stay at MSU and consider that part of my life as memories I still fondly remember. The classes, the sporting events, the concerts, off campus visits like the Cheri Theater, Tom's Pizza, Trenholm's, Jerry's, Tom's Steak House, IGA, etc. - Submitted by Richard P. Georgeou

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Aerial photographs of Murray State campus c. 1957

Aerial photograph of Murray State campus c. 1957 and 1962. Click on photos for full-size images. - Submitted by Gross McGee.              

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Halloween ’08

The Hester crew, Halloween 2008

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1941-42 football team

#32 is my Father, Hubert Kenzie Yelton. He attended Murray until after Pearl Harbor was bombed and then left school to join the Navy. - Suzanne Yelton Shephard

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Season of snow

In the winter of 2010 it seemed like it never stopped snowing. I had a night class once a week, and every time I went it was snowy and icy. Here's a picture I took from my room in Regents.

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Roadtrip

In the summer of 2011 I and a fellow Murray State student, a friend who was an exchange student from China, took off on the open road. We drove 8,000 miles total around the country. After 30 days of being on the road, we definitely walked away with a lifetime of memories, and we proudly represented Murray State every step of the way. Here we are at Mt. Rushmore! - Kelly Savage

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Dunker’s Muscles!

The ladies love Dunker's muscles, and Jen and I asked him to show them off! - Submitted by Haley Millwood

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A Little Math Ditty MSU video

- Submitted by Lance Foss

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The Unexpected/Unplanned Fun in China

Study Abroad is exciting and fun not just because of the planned activities, however, the unplanned ones too. Examples are your tour bus stops in the middle of a small town in China and everyone is hungry....so we all get out to push it in one direction then another, faculty, student, hosts, tour guide. It is also those conversations you fall into with locals for no reason at all when you are in a public area or just sitting in ...

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In Lexington

The four of us girls traveled from Murray to Lexington for the 2012 Ariat Reining Cup at the Kentucky Horse Park. We represent MSU no matter where we go! (Catherine, Andrea, Heather, and Maddie) - Submitted by Catherine Cole

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