MTSU was once again in the national TV spotlight as a current student sang her way onto season 13 of the NBC reality show “The Voice.”..
An acclaimed visiting scholar and author who’s been focusing her studies on race and family history in the 19th-century American West will discuss her discoveries..
If anyone knows how to figure out what you’re saying while you’re not talking, it’s a former FBI agent. Joe Navarro spent 25 years with..
If there are as many artists’ depictions of the wonders of nature as there are stars in the sky, MTSU’s Baldwin Photographic Gallery has captured..
MTSU has cancelled today’s test of its tornado sirens on campus and at the Miller Coliseum Complex because of the threat of inclement weather. The..
The Stones River Chamber Players, MTSU’s faculty ensemble-in-residence, will open its 2017-18 season Monday, Oct. 9, with a free concert, “Words and Music.” The ensemble..
MTSU Theatre students will bring the intimate, “immersive” Pulitzer Prize-winning play “How I Learned to Drive” to life for an eight-day run in the Deborah..
MTSU rang with the songs of the early U.S. labor movement Oct. 4 when the Shelby Bottom Duo brought its multimedia musical history of activist Joe..
MTSU’s School of Music will welcome gifted pianist and music professor Yoosun Kang Thursday, Oct. 5, for the second public concert in this year’s “Keyboard..
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