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Vice president of student affairs reaches out to Kappa Sigma national office

Tyler Manning and Cortney Wood

May 1, 2018

After a student said he was expelled from his former fraternity, Kappa Sigma, for standing against sexual harassment, Keith Lamb, vice president of student affairs and enrollment management, reached out to the national branch for information and clarification on policies. "I visited with their national...

#ComplicitMSU needs a second look

Markell Braxton-Johnson, Columnist

March 28, 2018

The word "complicit" has been thrown around a lot lately. Specifically, the word has been adjoined to charges that MSU’s administrators have been complicit in sexual assault and misconduct on campus. Complicity is generally defined as direct involvement with others in criminal activity, and synonyms...

Student affairs schedules forum regarding campus harassment, assaults

Student affairs schedules forum regarding campus harassment, assaults

Tyler Manning

March 6, 2018

The Office of Student Affairs and Enrollment Management sent out a campus-wide email March 6 inviting students and faculty to an open forum regarding campus safety scheduled for March 19. Although most campus officials failed to respond Tuesday evening, the forum seems to be in response to vari...

Office becomes home to new director and students

Devin Field, Reporter

December 3, 2017

The office hidden on the side of the housing building is now home to Syreeta Greene. After being a consultant for higher education at a firm and 13 years at the University of Southern California, she came for the opportunity and to take the position of director in the brand new office of Student ...

Language Café hosted in Clark Student Center

Students learn more about Zimbabwe at the Language Café in Clark Student Center on Nov. 14. Photo by Devin Field

Devin Field

November 15, 2017

Continuing International Education Week, the offices of student affairs and student involvement put together Language Café, a way for students to hear different languages and learn about cultures we have on campus in Clark Student Center on Nov. 14. The week’s events encourage students to study ...

Board to vote on search for new VP

Keith Lamb, vice president of student affairs and enrollment management, during the Board of Regents meeting Feb. 13 to approve future plans of MSU. Photo by Lauren Roberts

Kara McIntyre

November 7, 2017

Suzanne Shipley, university president, will ask the Board of Regents members for permission to launch a search for a new vice president of enrollment management at the meeting on Nov. 9. Keith Lamb, vice president of student affairs and enrollment management, would no longer be part of enrollmen...

Lamb trades Hardin office for student center

Keith Lamb, vice president of student affairs and enrollment management, sits at his desk in his new office on Aug. 15. Originally located in Hardin Administration Building, Lamb now resides in Clark Student Center, room 108. Photo by Kara McIntyre

Kara McIntyre

August 17, 2017

Students hurry to get in the Chick-Fil-A line. A group of juniors plays pool in the rec room. The computer lab fills with procrastinating students, rushing to print their essays before class. A few students wander to the bookstore to spend money they don't really have on MSU gear they don't re...

James Johnston, interim provost, named new provost

James Johnston, interim provost, speaks at provost candidate interview session on April 4. Johnston was named provost on April 21. Photo by Arianna Davis

Kara McIntyre

April 21, 2017

In a postmaster sent earlier today, University President Suzanne Shipley announced James Johnston, interim provost, as the official provost for MSU. "Dr. Johnston was selected after a rigorous search of well-qualified individuals," Shipley said in the postmaster. "Please join us in congratulating ...

About 1,400 attend Family Day

Sierra Jones, athletic training senior, Shana Hancock, mother of Sierra, and Devin Hancock, Sierra's brother, get their picture taken at one of the booths in the Quad put up for Family Day, Sept. 26. Photo by Rachel Johnson

Rachel Johnson

September 26, 2015

Before the rain set in, approximately 1,400 people had attend Family Day events on campus, including everything from free ice cream to group photos in costume to movies and juggler and entertainer. ...

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