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The Reflector

Members of the Rosales family juggled various items at the circus.

All American Circus brings wonder to Starkville

Michael Cassidy, Staff Writer February 21, 2024

On most days, the Starkville National Guard Armory typically functions as the headquarters for the 2nd Battalion, 114th Field Artillery Regiment. This past Thursday and Friday, however, it served as the...

Bully Claus

‘Bully Claus’ sets up shop in downtown Starkville

Michael Cassidy, Staff Writer November 7, 2023

Around the world, the same jolly old man in a red suit passing out gifts on Christmas Eve is known by many different names: Saint Nicholas, Father Christmas and Santa Claus to name a few. This month in...

RJ Rutherford and Jacques Ratliff of Phi Beta Sigma fraternity dance in the step show competition.

NPHC celebrates 30th annual Homecoming Step Show

Jadyn Anthony, Contributing Writer November 5, 2023

Mississippi State University’s National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC) hosted their 30th annual Homecoming Step Show Nov. 3, a step dance competition where members of the Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority...


Students rally to support Alzheimer’s research and awareness

Ivy Rose Ball, Photography Editor November 5, 2023

On Nov. 1, a small group of students gathered on the Drill Field for the Walk to End Alzheimer’s, a fundraiser that works to cure Alzheimer’s and to support those affected by it. Upon arrival,...

Rodeo team brings mechanical bull to the Junction

Rodeo team brings mechanical bull to the Junction

Haylee Morman, Staff Writer October 29, 2023

The Junction has once again proven itself to be a place of utter intrigue on Mississippi State University's campus. The MSU rodeo team hosted a fundraiser in the Junction on Oct. 25, rousing a sensational...

Rabia Siddiqui contributes to The Streetcar creative arts journal.

The Streetcar, Pink Plaid Collective collaborate for ‘Celebrate the Canvas’

Rowan Feasel, Staff Writer October 29, 2023

Mississippi State University’s creative arts journal “The Streetcar” announced its partnership with Pink Plaid Collective, an organization devoted to expression through fashion, for “Celebrate...

Teirrah Tidwell, Anothony Jenkins, and Lolly Beck film scenes from multiple angles for their short film.

BEA rises to the challenge for 2023 48-hour film festival

Grace Sullivan, Staff Writer October 24, 2023

Mississippi State University's chapter of Broadcast Education Association (BEA) participated in BEA's annual Collegiate Media Chapter Film 48 Competition. The competition began Oct. 20 and concluded...

The Poetry and Art Exhibit is displayed in the Starkville Area Arts Councils office in downtown Starkville.

Poetry and Art Exhibit blends two mediums of expression

Elena Harman, Staff Writer October 15, 2023

The Starkville Area Arts Council’s Poetry and Art Exhibit explores the gap between poetry and visual arts, two seemingly different art forms. The display opened Sept. 1 and is both online and in...

Maus: A Survivors Tale by Art Spiegelman is one of many banned books on MSU library shelves.

Banned Books Week event highlights importance of graphic novels in education

Michael Cassidy, Staff Writer October 8, 2023

Mississippi State University libraries hosted a panel discussion on the use of graphic novels for educational purposes. The panel was held Oct. 3 at 5:30 p.m. as part of the library’s Banned Books...

Students who enjoyed A Taste of Latin America took to the dance floor for some fun.

MSU gets a taste of Latin America

Samuel Hughes, News Editor October 2, 2023

Colors, flavors and aromas of Latin America filled the Mississippi State University Bost Extension Center Auditorium during “A Taste of Latin America” Friday night. Hosted by the Latino Student...

The Pet Parade is a part of the Cotton District Arts Festival and shows off furry friends’ costumes.

Golden Triangle artists gather at Cotton District Arts Festival

Tolu Chris Amuwa, Contributing Writer September 24, 2023

Saturday, Golden Triangle artists, residents and students welcomed autumn at the annual Cotton District Arts Festival, organized by the Starkville Area Arts Council. The Cotton District was filled with...

Vendors sell goods, such as flowers, along with their produce.

Starkville Community Market provides wide range of products

Elena Harman, Contributing Writer September 17, 2023

While most grocery stores provide the same quality of food and products, farmer’s markets have a reputation of being a local, fresher alternative.  These markets help connect local farmers to...

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