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Folk singer offers lunchtime concert Friday at Center for Popular Music

Anne MacFie, a folk singer, songwriter and storyteller from eastern Kentucky, will present a lunchtime concert at MTSU's Center for Popular Music at noon Friday, April 25. The free public event … [Read More...]

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MTSU professor to chair international business communication panel

When people say a message “got lost in the translation,” they’re not always talking about a language barrier. To build bridges across cultural and geopolitical boundaries, an MTSU professor will … [Read More...]

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President sets 4th student success town hall for April 28 (+VIDEO)

MTSU President Sidney A. McPhee has set a fourth and final town hall meeting to discuss the ongoing Quest for Student Success initiative with the campus community. The town hall meeting will be … [Read More...]

Student News

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MTSU moon buggy team earns NASA’s Best Design Award (+VIDEO)

The 14-member MTSU moon buggy team wanted to capture first place in the recent NASA Human Exploration Rover Challenge, previously known as the Great Moonbuggy Race, held in Huntsville, Ala. What they brought home — the Neil Armstrong Best Design Award bestowed by judges on the MTSU Team 2 entry nicknamed “The Beast” — may […]

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Faculty/Staff News

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MTSU honors retiring employees with ‘joyous’ campus reception

MTSU’s annual ceremony recognizing its retiring employees was a springtime celebration even more joyous than usual, perhaps because of those 57 workers’ 1,205 combined years of service devoted to students and the campus community. Instead of a staid, formal affair marked by the drone of names, the April 16 event honoring employees retiring in the […]

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Special Events

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CSI:MTSU 2014 summer camp offers a ‘whirlwind’ opportunity to learn

The ominous poster for this summer’s CSI:MTSU forensic youth camp will be no match for the curious young investigators ready to dive right in to the scene and “solve a whirlwind of a mystery.” Registration is underway now for CSI:MTSU, a four-day program for area students who’ll be entering ninth through 12th grades. This year’s […]

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Alumni News

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Earn credits at May 1 Accounting Alumni Appreciation Day

The 23rd annual Accounting Alumni Appreciation Day at Middle Tennessee State University will be held from 7:30 a.m. to 4:50 p.m. Thursday, May 1, in the State Farm Lecture Hall of the Business and Aerospace Building. The event targets those interested in accounting, taxation and computer training. The fee will be $125 for MTSU alumni […]

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Campus Community

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MTSU group plans free May 4 concert with Baroque tunes

“Ensemble 1720,” an MTSU School of Music faculty period-instrument group, will perform Baroque chamber music in a special free community concert set for Sunday, May 4, at 7 p.m. at Murfreesboro’s St. Paul’s Episcopal Church. St. Paul’s is located at 315 E. Main St., just three blocks south of the Public Square and less than […]

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Lectures & Guest Speakers

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Survivor to tell her story at MTSU on Holocaust Remembrance Day

Her mother died in a concentration camp, and her father died from injuries fighting with the French Resistance. Frances Cutler Hahn, a survivor of the horrors of the Third Reich, will tell her story at 12:45 p.m. Monday, April 28, which is Holocaust Remembrance Day, in Room 106 of MTSU’s Paul W. Martin Sr. Honors […]

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