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The inauguration of our 14th President, Dr. Jim Borsig, on Feb. 15, 2013, proved to be a most joyous celebration!

Elaine EvansEvery event was prepared, presented and executed to perfection by the thoughtful staff! If you were unable to attend, please know that your heart would have swelled with pride to be an alum of MUW!

Dr. Borsig has shown great vision and leadership in the past year, and alumni are very happy to have him at the helm of our beloved alma mater. We extend an “official” welcome to our beloved president!

Homecoming is not to be missed on April 18-21, 2013! We are back in Whitfield Hall for the Convocation with the Long Blue Line. The Alumni Office has worked diligently to prepare a variety of events that should be fun for all alumni. If you haven’t received an invitation, please call Lyndsay Cumberland in the Alumni Office at (662) 329-7295 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to make sure all of your contact information is correct.

As co-presidents of your association, we hope to continue to represent you in as many MUW events as possible. Andy ThaggardIf you have local chapter meetings, please attend and support it in every way possible. If you wish to start a local chapter please contact the Alumni Office for assistance. Our membership is growing and all it takes is a minimum contribution of $40 to the MUW Foundation to be a voting, active member.

We ask our alumni to please give back to our beloved alma mater as your finances will allow. State appropriations are shrinking and the cost of education is rising so in order to compete and offer scholarships, MUW needs your support. You may give monthly on payroll or bank drafts or periodically as you receive extra income.

Whatever your circumstances, know that MUW has given to you, so please let us do our part to give back!


Elaine Logan Evans, Class of 1970
Andy Thaggard, Class of 1994
MUW Alumni Association Co-Presidents, 2012-2013