MTSU wrapped up a successful conference focused on the Millennial Generation Friday (Oct. 31) with a panel of experts offering their insights about how the..
The election night fate of a proposed amendment constitutionally banning a state income tax remains uncertain, given close percentages of supporters and opponents and a..
NASHVILLE, Tenn. — “Freedom Sings” celebrated its 16th anniversary at The Bluebird Cafe Tuesday night with songs of “truth, justice and equality” in honor of..
Blue Raider sports fans are invited to Thursday’s grand re-opening of the new look Murphy Center as work wraps up on $12.64 million in renovations..
A close vote may be in store for Tennessee’s proposed constitutional amendment on abortion, according to the latest statewide MTSU Poll. The amendment, popularly known..
An MTSU student accounting organization has been recognized by its governing body as one of its top units internationally. The Board of Directors for Beta Alpha..
MTSU’s nationally competitive debate team continues its winning ways with a strong start to the 2014-15 season. After hosting the International Public Debate Association’s National..
Area business and community leaders, as well as students, faculty and campus stakeholders, don’t want to miss MTSU’s half-day conference focused on the impact the..
MTSU staff and faculty are nearly 70 percent toward their goal in the annual Employee Charitable Giving Campaign. As of Oct. 22, university personnel reached..
The 32nd annual MTSU Fall Career Fair was held Thursday, Oct. 23, in the Student Union Ballroom. Hosted by the MTSU Career Development Center, the event..
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