More recent events may be getting publicity, but civil rights activities at MTSU actually span the decades. “Movement ’68,” a symposium marking 50 years of..
An MTSU professor will explore how LGBTQ couples use technology to make decisions about having children in a special lecture set Thursday, Oct. 18. Dr...
MTSU will host Dallas-based photographic artist Susan kae Grant for an Oct. 8 public lecture. The Baldwin Photographic Gallery, located in MTSU’s Bragg Media and..
Forensic anthropologist Bradley Adams has fit thousands of fragile clues together to solve hundreds of puzzling deaths for New York City’s Office of Chief Medical..
Noted trial attorney F. Lee Bailey will be speaking at MTSU next week, discussing the U.S. Senate hearings on the Brett Kavanaugh nomination to the..
An MTSU alumnus who maintains a thriving career in Washington, D.C., took time recently to share his experience with students at his alma mater. Jim..
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..
MTSU will present a combination of classical guitar music and compositions inspired by Chinese music Monday, Oct. 1, in a free concert open to the..
Since many women sentenced to life in prison will get out early through the parole process, to what extent are they prepared for life after..
Some Murfreesboro youngsters will learn proper manners from an accomplished MTSU professor during the “Autumn in the Oaks” educational field day at Oaklands Mansion Thursday,..
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