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University Press Of Mississippi
The University Press of Mississippi, founded in 1970, is a publisher that is sponsored by the eight state universities in Mississippi.Contents1 Universities 2 Imprints 3 Notable series 4 References 5 External linksUniversities[edit]Alcorn State University Delta State University Jackson State University Mississippi
Mississippi
State University Mississippi
Mississippi
University for Women Mississippi
Mississippi
Valley State University University of Mississippi The University of Southern MississippiImprints[edit]Banner Books[2] Muscadine Books (books about Southern Culture)Notable series[edit] Notable series of the Press include:Folk Art and Artists Series[3] Great Comics Artists Series[4] Hollywood Legends Series[5] Studies in Popular Culture Series[6]Comics and Popular Culture category[7]References[edit]^ "Sales Representatives". Retrieved 2017-12-03.  ^ "Subjects We Publish"
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Parent Company
A parent company is a company that owns enough voting stock in another firm to control management and operation by doing and influencing or electing its board of directors
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McCarthy Gymnasium
Coordinates: 33°27′11″N 88°47′34″W / 33.452977°N 88.792673°W / 33.452977; -88.792673 McCarthy Gymnasium is a 3,000 seat multi-purpose arena located on the Mississippi State University campus. It opened in 1950 directly east of the "Tin Gym", MSU's previous on-campus arena that had opened in 1929. It was originally known as the Mississippi State Gymnasium, or the New Gym for short. When it opened, the facility held over 5,000 people. It was renamed for former MSU men's basketball coach James H. "Babe" McCarthy after his death in 1975. The facility had a seating capacity of 5,000 when it first opened in 1950, but capacity was reduced to the current 3,000 when retractable seating was removed. It was home to the Mississippi State University Bulldogs basketball teams until the Humphrey Coliseum opened in 1975 and has been home to the MSU Tennis teams since 1999. McCarthy gym was home to some of State's most successful basketball teams
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Jackson State Tigers Football
Football
Football
is a family of team sports that involve, to varying degrees, kicking a ball with a foot to score a goal. Unqualified, the word football is understood to refer to whichever form of football is the most popular in the regional context in which the word appears. Sports commonly called football in certain places include: association football (known as soccer in some countries); gridiron football (specifically American football
American football
or Canadian football); Australian rules football; rugby football (either rugby league or rugby union); and Gaelic football.[1][2] These different variations of football are known as football codes. Various forms of football can be identified in history, often as popular peasant games
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Mississippi State Bulldogs Softball
The Mississippi State Bulldogs softball team represents Mississippi State University in NCAA Division I college softball. The team participates in the Western Division of the Southeastern Conference (SEC)
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Alabama–Mississippi State Football Rivalry
The Alabama–Mississippi State football rivalry, sometimes referred to as the 90 Mile Drive[1][2] or the Battle for Highway 82,[3] is an American college football rivalry between the Alabama Crimson Tide football team of the University of Alabama and Mississippi State Bulldogs football team of Mississippi State University. Both universities are founding members of the Southeastern Conference (SEC), and are currently members of the SEC's Western Division. The two campuses are located approximately 90 miles apart, and are the two geographically closest SEC universities. In 1935, MSU Coach Major Ralph Sasse, on "orders" from his team, went to Memphis, Tennessee, to select the first bulldog mascot. Ptolemy, a gift of the Edgar Webster family, was chosen and the Bulldogs promptly defeated Alabama 20–7.[4] Alabama–Mississippi State is one of the Southeastern Conference's longest-running series, dating back to 1896
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Kentucky–Mississippi State Football Rivalry
The Kentucky–Mississippi State football rivalry
Kentucky–Mississippi State football rivalry
is an American college football rivalry between the Kentucky Wildcats football
Kentucky Wildcats football
team of the University of Kentucky
University of Kentucky
and Mississippi State Bulldogs football team of Mississippi State University
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LSU–Mississippi State Football Rivalry
The LSU–Mississippi State football rivalry is an American college football rivalry between the LSU Tigers and Mississippi State Bulldogs. Both universities are founding members of the Southeastern Conference (SEC), and are currently members of the SEC West with a total of 109 meetings. This rivalry is LSU's longest and Mississippi State's second behind the Egg Bowl against the University of Mississippi. LSU leads the series 73–35–3.[1]Contents1 History 2 Notable Games 3 Game results 4 ReferencesHistory[edit] From 1923 to 1930, every game was played in the state of Mississippi, and LSU hosted every game from 1934 to 1957
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Davis Wade Stadium
Davis Wade Stadium, officially known as Davis Wade Stadium at Scott Field, is a stadium primarily used for American football located just outside the city limits of Starkville, Mississippi, United States, on the campus of Mississippi State University. It serves as the home venue for the Mississippi State Bulldogs football team. Originally constructed in 1914 as New Athletic Field, it is the second-oldest stadium in the Football Bowl Subdivision behind Georgia Tech's Bobby Dodd Stadium, and the fourth oldest in all of college football behind Penn's Franklin Field, Harvard Stadium, and Bobby Dodd Stadium. As of 2016, it has a seating capacity of 61,337 people.Contents1 History1.1 Renovations and expansions2 Attendance records 3 Traditions 4 Facts 5 See also 6 References 7 External linksHistory[edit] The stadium was built in 1914, as a replacement for Hardy Field,[5] and was called New Athletic Field
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Dudy Noble Field, Polk–DeMent Stadium
Dudy Noble Field at Polk-Dement Stadium is a baseball facility on the campus of Mississippi State University and is the home of the Bulldogs Baseball Team. DNF-PDS has been the setting of Southeastern Conference Tournaments, NCAA Regional and Super Regional Championships, and it holds the current NCAA on-campus single-game attendance record at 15,586. It is known for the Left Field Lounge.Contents1 History 2 The "Left Field Lounge" 3 Championships 4 Attendance4.1 Top Baseball Crowds at DNF-PDS5 See also 6 References 7 External linksHistory[edit] Mississippi State has been playing baseball at the present stadium site for 40 years, dating back to April 3, 1967 and a 5-3 Mississippi State win over Illinois Wesleyan. What today stands as one of college baseball's top facilities grew in large part from the labors of Tom D'Armi, chief assistant coach to longtime Bulldog skipper Paul Gregory
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Humphrey Coliseum
Humphrey Coliseum is a 10,575-seat multi-purpose arena located on the campus of Mississippi State University, just outside Starkville, Mississippi, that opened for the 1975-76 basketball season. Nicknamed The Hump, it is home to the Mississippi State Bulldogs men's and women's basketball teams. It is the largest on-campus basketball arena in the state of Mississippi. The building is the equivalent of seven stories high and is in the shape of an oval 318' long by 268' wide. The outside is marked by regular concrete columns and Mississippi red brick siding, and the school seal adorns the front of the building. In 2004, a center hung scoreboard was provided by the Henry Mize Foundation. The scoreboard features four sides, each with a video screen. In addition to basketball, the arena is a popular venue for concerts, graduation ceremonies, and other events. It was named for George Duke Humphrey, president of Mississippi State from 1934 to 1945
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Mississippi Valley State University
Mississippi
Mississippi
Valley State University (commonly referred to as MVSU , The Valley or Valley) is a historically black university located in Mississippi
Mississippi
Valley State, Leflore County, Mississippi, in the Mississippi
Mississippi
Delta, near Itta Bena.[3][4] MVSU is a member-school of the Thurgood Marshall College Fund.Contents1 History 2 Campus 3 Academics 4 Student activities4.1 Mean Green Marching Machine5 Athletics 6 Notable alumni 7 References 8 External linksHistory[edit]This section needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (October 2017) (Learn how and when to remove this template message)The institution, which opened in 1950, was created by the Mississippi Legislature as Mississippi
Mississippi
Vocational College
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The Cotton District
The Cotton District is a community located in Starkville, Mississippi. It was founded by Dan Camp, who is the developer, owner and property manager of much of the area.[1] It is significant for its use of traditional architecture and as an example of traditional neighborhood development practices in the 1960s.[2]Play mediaVideo of the Cotton District in Starkville, Mississippi.The Cotton District has elements of Greek Revival mixed with Classical or Victorian. Many of these ideas came from Camp’s own travels to Europe and parts of the United States, like Charleston and New Orleans. The Cotton District is a walkable neighborhood that contains some restaurants and bars in addition to hundreds of unique residential units, many which are filled by college students and young professionals. The area is home to the annual Cotton District Arts Festival which now boasts as many as 40,000 attendants each year
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Famous Maroon Band
The Famous Maroon Band
Famous Maroon Band
is the name of the marching band at Mississippi State University in Starkville, Mississippi. The Maroon Band plays at all Mississippi State home football games and sends at least a pep band to a majority of the football away games. Typically, the full band also travels to bowl games, the Egg Bowl
Egg Bowl
against the University of Mississippi, and at least one other away game per season.[1] The band was formally established in 1902 at what was then called Mississippi A&M College and was a military band, as was the college at the time.Contents1 "Famous" name 2 Traditions2.1 The Junction 2.2 Pregame 2.3 Halftime3 External links 4 References"Famous" name[edit] The name "Famous Maroon Band" was coined in the 1930s after an incident that led to the 40 members of the band being called the "Famous Forty". At the time of an A&M vs
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WMSV
WMSV FM 91.1 is a radio station in Starkville, Mississippi located on the campus of Mississippi State University.Contents1 History1.1 WMSV - Radio With a Vision 1.2 WMSV - World Class Radio 1.3 Logos2 News department 3 Sports department 4 Public affairs department 5 References 6 External linksHistory[edit] Prior to WMSV, Mississippi State had a student-run radio station, WMSB, which went off the air permanently at the end of the spring semester of 1986. WMSB was a low-power FM station with studios on the top floor of Lee Hall. Marketed as "The Radio," the station's 10-watt, FM signal barely extended past the boundaries of the campus. The station's album oriented rock (AOR) format was augmented with an hourly ten-to-fifteen minute jazz block. Additionally, weekend formatting was African-American oriented beginning in 1979
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Reflector (newspaper)
The Reflector is the student newspaper of Mississippi State University, founded in 1884.[1] The newspaper was first published as The Dialective Reflector from 1884 to 1889 before being shortened to The Reflector.[2] It has subsequently published under its current name except for a brief period in 1944-1945 when it was operated by faculty and called Maroon and White during World War II.[2] References[edit]^ a b c d "About - The Reflector - Mississippi State University". 2015. Retrieved 2015-02-28.  ^ a b "Student Publications". Mississippi State University
Mississippi State University
Libraries Special
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Collections. Mississippi State University
Mississippi State University
Libraries. Retrieved 1 March 2015. This article about a Mississippi newspaper is a stub
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