MSU alumna keeps business going despite coronavirus impact

When Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear first began ordering the closure of restaurants and businesses in response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, Tiffanie...

Message from President Morgan: June 2020

Dr. Jay Morgan This past Spring semester 2020 was an unprecedented time in the history of Morehead State University and...

MSU mourns the loss of retiree Claude Meade

Morehead State retiree Claude Edward Meade of Morehead died Monday, April 13, at St. Claire HealthCare at the age of 80.  

Former MSU student-athletes on the front lines of COVID-19

Morehead State student-athletes are no strangers to challenges and hard work. Three former Eagle athletes are now on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic: soccer alumna...

In Memoriam: June 2020

The Morehead State University family remembers ... Charles E. Bradley1952Billie J. Shelby1953Louise P. Brown1954Lois...

MSU alum caring for others on the front lines of the...

The Morehead State Nursing program has a long and storied history of placing highly skilled healthcare workers throughout Kentucky, the United States and the world. 

Head of infection control at UK Hospital: ‘It’s like CSI work...

When Kimberly Blanton (88) was a senior at Magoffin County High School she visited the hospital to see a close friend who had...

MSU alumnus and entrepreneur develops innovative emergency rescue product

Kelly Moore (00) Joseph “Kelly” Moore (00) knew he wanted to have a career in business when he...

AppHarvest brings opportunities to MSU students and graduates

An innovative new business set to open in Morehead later this year will bring a wealth of opportunities for Morehead State students,...

In Memoriam – Dr. James Knoll

Dr. James Knoll Dr. James Knoll, a former faculty member and chair in Morehead State University’s College of...