The Poppy Mountain Bluegrass Festival moved forward with its 28th year last week with over 50 live bands.
It’s business as usual for MSUTV’s NewsCenter crew apart, from adapting to new Covid-19 regulations.
Voice majors at Morehead State University have continued to hone their craft despite covid-19 restrictions.
Intramurals have adjusted their rules to bring sports to Morehead State students.
A new partnership between a child-wellbeing program and an environmental group has taken shape to put young students into the environment of their backyard.
Morehead State University students hosted a silent protest to show support for Black Lives Matter on Tuesday September 15, 2020 at the Bell Tower. The event was put on by Jacob Wilde and Demetrius Dillard both football players for the university. They put on the event to be able to ask that …
Morehead State University students hosted continue their weekly silent protest to show support for Black Lives Matter on Tuesday September 15, 2020 at the Bell Tower.
Strong community ties helped one local family-owned business reopen amid COVID-19.
New students have had their world turned upside-down by COVID-19.
Rowan County experienced its first death related to Covid-19, but the case is not believed to be associated with the university. County cases are on the rise.
Wannabe songwriters were given the chance to showcase their lyrical prowess at the first ever singing bee competition, a fundraiser hosted by Rowan County Christmas.
Life has been sweet for Eva McIntosh, as she fulfills her dream of becoming a baker while battling diabetes.
Students at the Kentucky Center for Traditional Music must now adapt to Covid-19 procedures.
The current pandemic and an intense shoulder injury pose a threat to one Morehead State University softball player’s ability to play in the spring.
A local music festival is celebrating its 50th year virtually this year because of Covid-19.
The outdoors have provided a much needed escape for one student and her service dog.
Morehead State University Military Initiatives hosted a Suicide Awareness Walk on Thursday, September 10, 2020 in Morehead, KY. Attendees made a 1.5-mile loop around campus in support of their cause. The event was led by Christian Wright, a student veteran, to bring awareness to the problem…
Morehead State University students hosted a silent protest to show support for Black Lives Matter on Tuesday September 8, 2020 at the Bell Tower. The event was put on by Jacob Wilde and Demetrius Dillard both football players for the university. They put on the event to be able to ask that a…
A former Morehead State University women’s basketball player has signed a professional contract to play ball overseas.
A safety alert was sent by the Morehead State University Police Department Wednesday, September 9, 2020 stating that a female student had been sexually assaulted in the elevator of Alumni Tower Monday night.
Solace and a community were found at Carter Caves for individuals who have been heavily impacted by suicide.
An interest to see students succeed prompted Lora Pace to become head director of first year programs at Morehead State University.
Juggling a work life and school life has been difficult for Brooke Moore, a second semester nursing student.
Morehead Cinemas has continued to provide entertainment to the Morehead throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.
Recent policy changes have designated Morehead State University’s entire campus a free-speech zone, and Public Proclaimer Ministries have taken advantage of that.
Students who rely on performances and shows are finding new ways to fulfill their requirements due to Covid-19.
One student has been given the chance to pursue her interest in agriculture through a unique experience at Morehead State University’s farm.
Mayor Laura White-Brown’s book club project, “One Community. One read.” allows a new opportunity to bring the Morehead community together through literacy.
Amy McGrath visited Morehead Wednesday on her “Socially Distant Tour” to speak about the issues she sees in Kentucky and how she would change them.
A music production major at Morehead State University is gaining followers on Spotify and SoundCloud under his moniker, “Value.”
While MSU has adjusted several classes online, it's more of a challenge for students to get out and be physically active. However, resources like the Recreation and Wellness Center and Outdoor Adventures continue to provide their services to students to keep them active and healthy this semester.
What should have been a typical ‘girls’ day’ out in Lexington Sunday quickly turned into a matter of life or death for Morehead State University student Alyssa McMichael, who was visiting Fayette Mall with friends when shots were fired.
Ruth McLain Smith, a long-time traditional musician and educator, has been awarded Artist of the Year by the Berea Arts Council.
A student-produced Black Lives Matter video brought community anger and campus confusion to Morehead State University.
After a couple of accidents that caused severe physical damage, Abby Blair learned to value her physical and mental health.
For the first time Greek recruitment must adapt to an all online atmosphere for the Fall 2020 semester.
Morehead State began the public phase of its “Soar to New Heights” Scholarship Campaign, which addresses the University’s priorities of recruitment, retention and degree completion.
Despite COVID-19, the tight-knit bond of cheerleaders has not disappeared.
Living with a rare medical disorder hasn’t stopped one high school senior from living her life to the fullest.
An Appalachian student found herself at the center of a unique storytelling about foster care and the pandemic.
A student’s hobby turned into an online magical experience for Morehead’s youth by combining music and teaching.
Many restaurants are bracing themselves to prevent the spread of Covid-19 as Morehead State University’s students return to campus for the fall.
The Murky Mile brought some normalcy into Eastern Kentucky through the swimming community.
A group of artists formed to reimagine the design and spirit of a tattoo shop amid the pandemic.
The “Covid Era” has required many professors to adjust their classrooms and their lives.
Oddly, it’s the Covid-19 virus that stands between nursing students and their goals of pursing a degree in the field.
The Rowan County Farmers Market opened for their summer season on June 13, 2020. The market is open every Wednesday and Saturday to sell their produce to the locals.
Morehead State Public Radio has had to exceed university safety policies for the sake of students and staff to kick off the Fall 2020 semester.
The information below outlines how Morehead State University will be handling the return of students to campus for the upcoming fall semester.
Kendall Potter is no stranger to the sound of music, she began at 6.
Rarden, Ohio Times are tough for many community members in the small town of Rarden, but hot meals are making a difference.