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MSU Debate Watch Party
Han Zhao

The third and final presidential debate is over.  Dr. Eric Morris, Missouri State University debate coach and communications professor, offered his views on last night’s event.

"As a presidential debate scholar I'll say that tonight probably did not have a significant impact on the election.  The effect that debates have on the election tends to be very short-term.  It is like any number of things that can happen in a campaign.  It creates some impressions, some significant moments, but often the give and take of the next few days will cancel out that sort of an effect," he said.

Dr. Claborn
Danisha Hogue

After identifying 20 mosquito species a team of researchers determined the Aedes aegypti, the species linked to the Zika virus, are a low threat to Missourians.

Dr. David Claborn, Missouri State University associate professor of public health, spent four months this summer trapping and studying mosquitos. With a team of five, including two graduate students, they did not find the original vector of the virus.  

A vector is an organism that spreads infections by transmitting bacteria or virus from one host to another.

MSU Hosts 7th Congressional District Debate

Oct 18, 2016

On Oct. 26, candidates for Missouri's 7th Congressional District will engage in debate at Missouri State University and the public can find out more about them and their stand on key issues.

Democratic candidate Genevieve Williams and Libertarian candidate Benjamin Brixey have both confirmed their attendance. Incumbent Republican candidate Billy Long has been invited.

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Scott Harvey / KSMU

Missouri State University will honor five former faculty and staff during its 2016 Wall of Fame induction ceremony Friday.

This year’s class includes Dr. Don Aripoli, Dr. Wayne Bartee, Michael Smith, and the late Dr. Lawrence Banks Jr. and William Daggett.

The group represents approximately 137 years of combined full time service to Missouri State University.

In observance of national LGBTQ+ History Month, the office of multicultural programs at Missouri State University will present a host of events to share about the successes and struggles of the LGBTQ+ community.

The month-long celebration starts on Oct. 6 and ends on Oct. 27 with events such as:

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