Mississippi Valley State v. Jackson State Game Time Change

MVSU Media Release
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Mississippi Valley State v. Jackson State Time Change
ITTA BENA, Miss. — Due to the anticipated inclement weather in the Mississippi Delta on Saturday, October 31, the contest between the Mississippi Valley State University Delta Devils and the visiting Tigers of Jackson State University has been moved up to a 1:00 p.m. kickoff time.
Due to the anticipated weather conditions spectator parking will be established in designated areas of the campus.  We ask that all spectators please adhere to on-site parking directions and post-game departure as directed by on-site traffic control officers.
The contest originally scheduled for 4:00 p.m. will be held in the Rice-Totten Stadium on the campus of Mississippi Valley State University.

The Inaugural William & Melba Copeland Endowed Scholarship


MVSU friends and family, my family and I have established the William and Melba Copeland Endowed Scholarship at Mississippi Valley State University. The scholarship commemorates the love my parents had for MVSU and the value they placed on education. The scholarship will be awarded to a deserving young man or woman who meets the scholarship requirements. Your support and donations would be greatly appreciated. You can go to http://www.mvsu.edu/contributors to donate online.

Thanks and God Bless.

Vincent Copeland

Congratulations Demarcus McKinley, C’04!

The gospel-recording group “Redeemed” album “Favor Ain’t Fair” won Album of the Year for an Upcoming Artist. The Jackson Music Awards Association gave this award on Monday, July 13, 2015. Demarcus McKinley’ MVSU 04, far left, is the drummer, manager, and one of the producers.

Redeemed_photo 2 Demarcus McKinley_of Redeemed won gospel album of the year

Congratulations Edward Hill, C’O2

MVSU Alumnus Receives Food Service Appointments

Edward Hill2Edward H. Hill, C’02, has been appointed to the Mississippi Department of Education – Office of Child Nutrition Task Force and the Mississippi School Nutrition Association (MSNA) – Publicity and Public Relations Committee.

Currently, Hill serves as the district director of child nutrition for the West Bolivar Consolidated School District.

“It’s an honor to serve the great State of Mississippi through these organizations,” said Hill.  “I look forward to assisting leaders and staff members throughout Mississippi.”

As a member of the child nutrition task force, he will assist in the development of a new food service manager course which will be designed specifically for school food service managers throughout the State of Mississippi.  The task force will conduct a comprehensive review and revision of Decide to Succeed training materials, including the instructor guide, participant handouts, pre- and post quizzes, learning activities and reference materials.

His appointment to the publicity and public relations committee will give Hill the opportunity to assist in promoting MSNA achievements.


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