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May 2017 MPrint

Infinite Impact aspires to new heights
Our aspirations for Infinite Impact are bolder than before. As our campaign moves forward, we invite you to experience the impact with us. Please view this special video and learn how Infinite Impact creates limitless possibilities for people everywhere through the work of Mississippi State University.

Unleash your passion for MSU
Mississippi State University continues a steady pace to complete the largest fundraising campaign in its history. With a $1 billion goal for Infinite Impact, alumni and friends who share a passion and spirit for moving the university forward can ensure a successful conclusion in the coming years with gifts.

18 for 18 participation challenge begins
Mississippi State University is among Southeastern Conference leaders in the percentage of alumni who give back each year.  For MSU to remain on top, we are continuing the 18 for 18 Participation Challenge for the second year.

The Center for America's Veterans at Nusz Hall
Since 2006, the G.V. "Sonny" Montgomery Center for America's Veterans has become a national leader in providing a campus-based veteran resource center in support of student veterans, service members, dependents and survivors. The center now occupies Nusz Hall, its permanent home at Mississippi State, built in part with private gifts.

Partnership School at MSU closer to reality
A standing room only crowd of almost 200 people gathered earlier this month for the groundbreaking of a new school that will bring an innovative approach to rural learning in Mississippi. The 128,000-square-foot planned facility will house the Starkville Oktibbeha School District Partnership School at MSU, slated for completion in January 2019 on a 43-acre, university-donated site near the north entrance of campus.

Alumna’s gift honors MSU speech and debate experience
Extracurricular activities are often just as valuable to an educational experience as the required academic coursework. Such involvements can provide impactful experiences that are carried throughout life. For Deborah “Debbie” Davis Rabinowitz, her involvement outside the classroom was critical to her future career and lifelong goals. In an effort to honor her treasured and influential participation with the MSU Speech and Debate Council, she and her husband, Phillip, are securing the continued strength of the organization through a new endowment.

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