“Take yourself out of your comfort zone. That’s the only way you grow” was the message FBI agent Keith A. Johnson conveyed to eager MTSU..
Gina “Gigi” Butler came to MTSU this week to give students the “unfiltered truth about success,” while sharing the ups and downs she experienced on..
They served. They survived. Some of them speak of it. Now more military veterans are singing about their experiences, with support from the musicians of..
An MTSU alumnus whose political career has taken him from Tennessee’s capital to the nation’s capital will return to campus Nov. 13-14 to share his..
A woman who survived a World War II death camp and sadistic genetic experimentation by the Nazis will tell her story in an MTSU-sponsored event..
Country music fans, and fans of Charlie Daniels in particular, stood in line Thursday, Nov. 2, at MTSU‘s Phillips Bookstore to receive autographed copies of the famed..
U.S. Air Force Maj. Mary Jennings “MJ” Hegar, a decorated combat search and rescue helicopter pilot in Afghanistan who also changed U.S. military policy, will..
Producer/Host: Gina Logue Guest: Dr. Anne Hyde Synopsis: The 2017 Strickland Visiting Scholar from the University of Oklahoma examines the history of intermarriages between Native..
Author and scholar Charles Hughes visited MTSU Oct. 30 to discuss music and race in the South in a special lecture sponsored by the university’s..
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..
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