Skip to main content
Mississippi State University Libraries
Digital Collections

You've searched: Mitchell Memorial Library Events

  • Description: Competition
(17 results)



Display: 20

    • Dessert Theatre 2008

    • 2008-04-29
    • (l to r) Noel Polk, Rylee Tomlinson, Charlie Anderton, Mattie Codling, and Howard Bahr Mississippi author Howard Bahr and Starkville's own nationally-renowned Nash Street were guests of MSU Libraries on Tuesday, April 29th for an evening of...
    • Polk Introduces Award Winners

    • 2008-04-29
    • Mississippi author Howard Bahr and Starkville's own nationally-renowned Nash Street were guests of MSU Libraries on Tuesday, April 29th for an evening of fellowship, food, and fun. Nash Street opened the evening with a set of acoustic bluegrass...
    • Tomlinson Reads Poetry

    • 2008-04-29
    • Mississippi author Howard Bahr and Starkville's own nationally-renowned Nash Street were guests of MSU Libraries on Tuesday, April 29th for an evening of fellowship, food, and fun. Nash Street opened the evening with a set of acoustic bluegrass...
    • Anderton Reads Poetry

    • 2008-04-29
    • Mississippi author Howard Bahr and Starkville's own nationally-renowned Nash Street were guests of MSU Libraries on Tuesday, April 29th for an evening of fellowship, food, and fun. Nash Street opened the evening with a set of acoustic bluegrass...
    • Codling Reads Poetry

    • 2008-04-29
    • Mississippi author Howard Bahr and Starkville's own nationally-renowned Nash Street were guests of MSU Libraries on Tuesday, April 29th for an evening of fellowship, food, and fun. Nash Street opened the evening with a set of acoustic bluegrass...
    • Geuder Introduces Bahr

    • 2008-04-29
    • Mississippi author Howard Bahr and Starkville's own nationally-renowned Nash Street were guests of MSU Libraries on Tuesday, April 29th for an evening of fellowship, food, and fun. Nash Street opened the evening with a set of acoustic bluegrass...
    • Bahr Speaks for Dessert Theatre

    • 2008-04-29
    • Mississippi author Howard Bahr and Starkville's own nationally-renowned Nash Street were guests of MSU Libraries on Tuesday, April 29th for an evening of fellowship, food, and fun. Nash Street opened the evening with a set of acoustic bluegrass...
    • Bahr Speaks for Dessert Theatre

    • 2008-04-29
    • Mississippi author Howard Bahr and Starkville's own nationally-renowned Nash Street were guests of MSU Libraries on Tuesday, April 29th for an evening of fellowship, food, and fun. Nash Street opened the evening with a set of acoustic bluegrass...
    • Bahr Speaks for Dessert Theatre

    • 2008-04-29
    • Mississippi author Howard Bahr and Starkville's own nationally-renowned Nash Street were guests of MSU Libraries on Tuesday, April 29th for an evening of fellowship, food, and fun. Nash Street opened the evening with a set of acoustic bluegrass...
    • Noel Polk

    • 2007-04-19
    • Dr. Noel Polk, editor of *Mississippi Quarterly,* announces the winners of the 2007 Cotton District Literary Festival Poetry Competition in the John Grisham Room.
    • Cimmeion Patty

    • 2007-04-19
    • Cimmeion Patty, third-place winner of the 2007 Cotton District Literary Festival Poetry Competition, delivers his poem, "Known but Misunderstood," in the John Grisham Room. Madeline Golden watches from the desk behind the podium.
    • Poetry Winners and Robert Dalby

    • 2007-04-19
    • (l. to r.) Sanitra Lawrence, Robert Dalby, Jonte Bouchard, and Cimmeion Patty pose for a photograph after the 2007 Cotton District Literary Festival in the John Grisham Room. Dalby was the special guest speaker for the evening; the students were...

QuickView

Display a larger image and more item information when the pointer pauses over a thumbnail
 

Layout options:

Select the collections to add or remove from your search
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
M
N
O
P
Q
R
S
T
U
V
W
X
Y
Z
 
OK