Several hundred people joined Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam and university President Sidney A. McPhee Wednesday, Oct. 15, to christen the new 257,000-square-foot Science Building on..
A major restaurant franchise is giving back some of its profits to fund a service for job-seeking MTSU students. For each special flier presented Monday,..
The forensic pathologist who autopsied Michael Brown’s body at the request of his family was the guest on a recent edition of the “MTSU On the Record”..
MTSU is helping to bring history to the community during Rutherford County Heritage Month with a special public event, “The Legacy of Stones River,” set..
Veteran medical examiner Michael Baden has played a role in some of history’s most celebrated investigations, and now he’ll share his knowledge with the MTSU..
From the war-torn streets of Berlin to the monument-lined streets of Washington, D.C., Harry Rosenfeld has been an eyewitness to history. The survivor of Nazi..
Bonnaroo began as a way to reinvigorate outdoor music festivals, its organizers said Wednesday, Oct. 8, at MTSU, and over the last 13 years has..
Networking, brainstorming and presenting awards will be only a few of the facets of this year’s Women in Higher Education in Tennessee conference at MTSU. “College Completion:..
MTSU’s Todd Art Gallery will feature two new public exhibits through October: the work of nationally acclaimed illustrator John Hendrix and the creations of MTSU..
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