NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Mark your calendar and lace up your running shoes to join a special preview Thursday, Oct. 18, of a new documentary, created by..
Local, state and national news organizations relied on the expertise of MTSU faculty and staff on numerous subjects recently, including exports, suicide, insurance, basketball and..
MTSU is on the map down under, thanks to a Department of Media Arts professor and her students. “Graham and Zeke,” a film produced and..
A trio of journalists from The Arizona Republic, winner of the 2018 Pulitzer Prize for Explanatory Reporting for a multifaceted news package, “The Wall: Unknown..
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Dean Ken Paulson of MTSU’s College of Media and Entertainment joined other free speech experts for testimony Wednesday before a Congressional committee examining how First Amendment rights are..
Middle Tennessee State University admissions staff and recruiters are about to switch into a higher gear in their efforts to land prospective students for 2019 and..
Emergency preparations along the southeast Atlantic Coast related to Hurricane Florence have forced MTSU to cancel two planned screenings and a Q&A with the co-director of..
Part model-maker, part painter and part photographer, artist Richard Tuschman blends both classic and 21st-century techniques in his work, currently on display through Sept. 28..
MTSU experts recently provided facts and perspectives to national media outlets in recent articles on Nigerian youth, breastfeeding, Tennessee politics, the analysis of soldiers’ remains,..
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