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The Murray State News

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The Murray State News

The Murray State News

About The News

The Murray State News is an independent, student-run publication produced at Murray State University. All content produced for, The Murray State News print edition, Gateway magazine, Racer Guide, The Best of Murray and all supplemental special publications are written and produced by students.

The editorial staff is solely responsible for all content and editorial policies.

Content contained in all publications produced by The News staff does not reflect the views of the Journalism & Mass Communication Department, The Arthur J. Bauernfield College of Business, the College President, or the Board of Regents.

Advertising Deadlines

All space reservations for display and classified advertisements are due no later than Friday at 4 p.m. Ad creatives and classified copy are due by noon on Monday the week of publication. Please review Advertising Policies for acceptable content.

Letters to the Editor

The Murray State News welcomes Letters to the Editor. Timely, well-written opinions on topics of interest by MSU student and faculty are given first priority for publication.

The Editor reserves the right to edit or reject letters that contain libelous statements, hate language, or for clarity, brevity, good taste and accuracy. All submissions become the property of The News and cannot be returned (if sent by mail).

Please limit submissions to 300 words. Submissions are due each week by Sunday at 5 p.m.

Writers must include full first and last name, address, year in school or position at the university (if applicable) and a phone number. Contact information will not be published. Anonymous submissions automatically will be rejected.

Opinions expressed in letters, columns, or commentaries are solely the opinion of the author and not necessarily the opinion of the staff of The Murray State News or MSU.

Please send letters to [email protected]