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October 13, 2010

Ladies to compete for Miss Maroon and White title

Mississippi State women will compete for the title of Miss Maroon and White this week
The annual pageant, sponsored by the Campus Activities Board, will be held at 7 p.m. Friday in Bettersworth Auditorium in Lee Hall.
The Miss Maroon and White Pageant has been a staple at MSU since it began in 2003. This year, there are more than 40 young women competing for the crown.
Keri McMillin, the 2010 Mrs. Mississippi, will emcee the pageant, along with assistance from the reigning Miss Maroon and White, Mary Margaret Roark.
The pageant consists of three rounds — two beauty-based and the final round an on-stage question. The first stage round score is also combined with an interview score. All contestants will participate in the interview process earlier in the day.
Tickets are $8 and are available for purchase in advance at Colvard Student Union, Suite 300, or at the door the night of the pageant.
For more information about this event, call 325-2930 or visit the CAB website at http://www.msstate.edu/org/cab.

Poetry/Rap Slam to feature MSU students

The Campus Activities Board will host the "Mama Said, 'Knock Your Out!'" Poetry/Rap slam at 7:30 p.m. this coming Tuesday in the Dawghouse of the Colvard Student Union.
The Slam will allow students to display their talents through the use of poetry and rap, competing against each other in two different genres of word battle. The winner from each battle will take the crown as the 2010 Poetry/Rap Slam champion.
Students interested in competing in the Poetry/Rap Slam should pick up an application at Suite 300 in the Colvard Student Union and are required to submit a copy of their lyrics.
Throughout several semesters, the Coffeehouse Committee's poetry slam has become a major event and is constantly expanding. The "Mama Said, 'Knock You Out!" Poetry/Rap Slam aims to reach more students on campus.
The event will include free coffee and desserts.
For more information about this event, call 325-2930 or visit the CAB website at http://www.msstate.edu/org/cab.

Tie-Dye T-Shirt Extravaganza planned

The Campus Activities Board will host a Tie-Dye T-Shirt Extravaganza from 2 to 4 p.m. this coming Tuesday on the Drill Field.
At the event will allow students to display creative talents by tie-dying a T-shirt to keep. Each participant will be provided with the appropriate material to create their shirt for free.
For more information about this event, call 325-2930 or visit the CAB website at http://www.msstate.edu/org/cab.

Homecoming photo booth planned

The Campus Activities Board will host a free photo booth as part of its Homecoming week activities from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Thursday at the Information Wall in the Colvard Student Union.
The booth is open to students, faculty and staff of Mississippi State University.
Participants can pose by themselves or with friends and loved ones in the booth. Built with a curtain instead of a boxed-in wall, the booth can accommodate up to eight people.
There will be props available, such as silly hats and masks, for participants to use in their pictures for added fun.
People in the booth can pose for four frames, and each of those photos will be printed out on a photo strip with "MSU Homecoming 2010" printed on the bottom as a keepsake.
For more information about this event, call 325-2930 or visit the CAB website at http://www.msstate.edu/org/cab.

'Ocean Doctor' to speak on campus

The Campus Activities Board will host Dr. David Guggenheim: Ocean Doctor in a public program at 7:30 p.m. Oct. 26 in Bettersworth Auditorium in Mississippi State's Lee Hall.
Guggenheim is an ocean explorer, submarine pilot, marine biologist and conservation policy expert based in Washington, D.C. His programs offer captivating adventures from the most mysterious parts of our planet, thousands of feet below the surface.
Guggenheim is an accomplished speaker, entertaining and educating audiences ranging from small groups of students to audiences of 1,000 or more. He provides a unique perspective as both a scientist and a Washington,D.C.-based policy expert focused on today's most important conservation issues.
He is frequently interviewed as an authority on ocean issues and has been featured on National Geographic Today, CNN and the New York Times.
Guggenheim will provide the audience with insightful information and discuss the impacts of the BP Deepwater Horizon oil spill on wildlife, the pristine coral reefs of Cuba and potential solutions to rescue the imperiled fishing industry.
For more information about this event, call 325-2930 or visit the CAB website at http://www.msstate.edu/org/cab.

Annual Halloween carnival scheduled

The Campus Activities Board will host its annual Halloween Carnival and Fall Festival from 6 to 8 p.m. Oct. 28 at the Junction on the Mississippi State campus.
In the event of rain, the event will be moved to the Newell-Grissom Building. The event is open to the public.
A variety of booths with fun games to play will be sponsored by various MSU student organizations. Tickets will be 25 cents each and can be used at all booths and concession areas.
One of the highlights of the carnival will be the costume contest for children as old as 11 that will be judged based on appropriate age categories.
For more information about this event, call 325-2930 or visit the CAB website at http://www.msstate.edu/org/cab.

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