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In recognition of World AIDS Day, red flags dot MSU's Drill Field representing the thousands of HIV/AIDS-related deaths in Mississippi and to draw attention to the local impact.

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20 Mississippi State Dorm Rooms That Will Inspire You

Do you need inspiration for decorating your dorm room at Mississippi State? Well, look no further! All of the inspiration you need is right here and I have pictures to prove it. Hopefully you can get some ideas off of these dorm rooms! In no particular...


26-year-old Associated Press photographer Jack Thornell famously captured this Pulitzer Prize-winning image of James Meredith, the first African American to attend the University of Mississippi, after he was wounded by a sniper while leading a march to encourage African Americans to vote. When the attack happened, Thornell was sitting in his car; he took two rolls of pictures of Meredith, but never put down his camera to offer his wounded subject help. What an ass the photographer…


Windsor ruins, Mississippi. The Windsor Ruins are located in Claiborne County in the U.S. state of Mississippi, about 10 miles southwest of Port Gibson near Alcorn State University. The ruins are those of the largest antebellum Greek Revival mansion built in the state.


♡♥Police killed two black men at Jackson State University in Mississippi ten days after the Kent State killings of 4 whites - click on pic to view video story at 31:12♥♡


Oseola McCarty, born March 8, 1908, was a laundress who left school in the sixth grade to care for an ailing aunt. In 1995 she donated $ 150,000 she had saved to create a scholarship fund at the University of Southern Mississippi. #TodayInBlackHistory


Mississippi State's weird...first the University of Georgia, then Mississippi State, then becoming the principal at Enterprise Middle School in Enterprise, Mississippi...bulldogs have been a big part of my life...maybe I need one for a pet!