Photos from Freedom Summer are on display at the “Remembering Freedom Summer: Building a Better Future” conference in Mississippi State’s Colvard Student Union. The conference, which continues tomorrow, is a celebration of the 50th anniversary of the legendary summer where volunteers, students, and activists from around the nation came to Mississippi to support the civil rights movement (photo by @bethwynn_msstate)
In observance of World Hunger Action Month, Mississippi State students gathered Friday to package 10,000 meals fortified with nutrients to combat malnutrition. The international hunger relief organization Stop Hunger Now will distribute the mildly flavored meals, which include a combination of rice, vegetables and 23 vitamins and minerals. #msufightshunger (photo by @russhouston_msstate)
Ready to roll! This sculpture, located near the Landscape Architecture building, is the latest in the department’s student-initiated art series. Students built the piece using specimen boxes donated by the campus’s Dunn-Seiler Geology Museum. (photo by Cory Gallo, Landscape Architecture)
Ready to roll! This sculpture, located near the Landscape Architecture building, is the latest in the department’s student-initiated art series. Students built the piece using specimen drawers donated by the campus’s Dunn-Seiler Geology Museum. (photo by Cory Gallo, Landscape Architecture)
Jasmine Rillen serves tea to Evita Lopez using the skills and tools she learned at today’s Japanese tea ceremony workshop sponsored by the Japan Outreach Program. The workshop taught attendees the etiquette involved in the traditional Japanese service. (photo by @bethwynn_msstate)
Freshman Abigail Hollingsworth waits on the winding staircase in historic Harned Hall for her class to begin. The building, which underwent a renovation several years ago, is more than 90 years old and is a Mississippi Landmark that once served as the campus library. Today, the structure is home to the Department of Biological Sciences.