An MTSU alumna who recently made Tennessee history for her lifesaving career choices will be the guest on the next “MTSU On the Record” radio..
MTSU alumna Kaye Jernigan made history during National Women’s History Month by becoming the Tennessee Fire Service and Codes Enforcement Academy‘s first female graduate of its..
Middle Tennessee State University greatly exceeded its $250,000 goal for its first ever “True Blue Give,” bringing in more than $330,000 during a fundraising push..
“African-Americans in Times of War: Current Day Warriors for Social Justice” is the theme for the 2018 observance of Black History Month at MTSU. The..
Pay attention to that man behind the keyboards — he’s an MTSU School of Music alumnus on a roll, playing across the country for multi-Grammy-winning..
The winter 2018 edition of MTSU Magazine profiles alum Joel Alsup (’02), supervisor of Creative Media Services for ALSAC/St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital in Memphis. In..
No one brought home hardware this year from New York City, but the half-dozen MTSU-connected nominees at the 60th annual Grammy Awards are carrying plenty of new connections, congratulatory..
NEW YORK — Even before The Recording Academy opened the red carpet Sunday, Jan. 28, for the 60th annual Grammy Awards, MTSU President Sidney A. McPhee..
MTSU journalism alumna Tosheena Robinson-Blair is earning notice within the media and communications industries in her native Bahamas with a number of awards over the..
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