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Eredő Zenekar, a Hungarian folk band, performed Thursday evening at the Rowan County Arts Center in Morehead, Ky in preparation for the recording of their first album next weekend in Nashville.

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Morehead State’s Campus Pride event gave students an opportunity to celebrate and support its LGBTQ+ community.

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The 2022 Spring Gala, "Back on Broadway," was hosted April 30 at the Adron Doran University Center.

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When Raymond McLain walked off stage with his students for nearly the last time for their end of semester show Tuesday, he left a lifetime legacy at Morehead State.

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The Kentucky Center for Traditional Music rocked the Morehead Conference Center Tuesday with the End of the Semester Concert that also served as a sendoff to director Raymond McLain, who retires from Morehead State in June.

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April showers didn’t stop the community from coming out to support an important cause this weekend. 

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Morehead State’s latest edition of Inscape celebrated its sixty-fifth year as a publication.

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Morehead State sprung the new season forward with giveaways, live music and games.

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Morehead State’s dance fraternity brought their talents into the light at their annual dance showcase.

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The Triplett Creek area of Morehead became a bit cleaner Friday with am Earth Day cleanup activity. 

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The Kentucky Center for Traditional Music's Mountain Music Ambassadors opened for the McLain Family band on Saturday, April 23 at the Meadowgreen Appalachian Music Park in Clay City, Ky. 

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Hallie Adams, an MSU student, and her family have had their cattle farm, Maple Tree Farms, in Fleming County for almost 20 years, where Adams owns four of her very own highland cows. 

Mignon Hall’s resident advisors held an ‘egg-stravaganza’ event April 14 to encourage its dorm residents to meet their peers and dye eggs in preparation for Easter. 

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Andrew Orolfo, a well-known comedian from San Francisco, visited Morehead State University Tuesday to lighten the mood in ADUC's Prefontaine Pub.

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The Black Student Union, which for decades has supported Black students through educational opportunities, programming and advocacy, is now attempting to rebuild following a rough COVID-19 period.

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Check out this week's episode of Tailgating with Taylor where Taylor Johnson will give you the latest in local sports and news. Tune in every Tuesday at 3:00 p.m. for the newest episode.

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Morehead State’s Student Alumni Association shared the MSU love last week.

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The Campus Activities Board cooked up a possibility for students to break the typical college-life diet.

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One junior professional bowler is using his skill to continue his family’s legacy.

Running back Taveon “Tay” Hunter has begun his first season with Ashland’s semi-professional football team, the Kentucky Huskies.

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The Kentucky Center for Traditional Music hosted their Sounds of Our Heritage concert at the Rowan County Arts Center on March 30, 2022. The concert included performances by their Bluegrass and Country bands, the Mountain Music Ambassadors, Eredő as well as solo performances. It concluded wi…

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Check out this week's episode of Tailgating with Taylor where Taylor Johnson will give you the latest in local sports and news. Tune in every Tuesday at 3:00 p.m. for the newest episode.

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Spring Break has come to an end, but a local restaurant still provides students with a retreat near Cave Run Lake.

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Friends, family and fellow Morehead State students came together to honor the life of Stephen 'Breck' Bowling, who died March 16 in a car accident in Miltons, Florida, during a candlelight vigil March 22. The Jackson, Kentucky native was 23-years-old and a member of the Alpha Sigma Phi fraternity.