Dozens of events and activities will be a part of the Middle Tennessee State University Office of Alumni Relations Alumni Spring Showcase, running from April 6-15.
There’s a little something for everyone — student-led Theatre and Dance production of “Cabaret,” Lady Raider softball games, Blue Raider tennis matches, the annual Textiles, Merchandising and Design Runway Show, Blue Raider Bingo and more — on the agenda.
To generate interest in alumni returning to campus in early spring, the Alumni Office works with a variety of campus departments to put together a solid selection of activities and in-person events. For the full calendar of events, visit https://bit.ly/alumshowcase23.
Visitors must have a permit to park on campus Monday through Friday. A free permit can be obtained at the Alumni House, 2259 Middle Tennessee Blvd., or purchase and print a $2 per day permit.
“Spring Showcase is an opportunity for MTSU alumni and community members to enjoy the many activities and events campus has to offer,” said Ginger Freeman, Alumni Relations director. “From theater, sports, library exhibits, department open houses there is a little something for everyone. We look forward to seeing you back on campus.”
Events will include a Physics and Astronomy Star Party, a Todd Art Gallery Ceramics activity with nearly 20 participating artists, the annual LGBT+ conference and Baldwin Photographic Gallery featuring “Southern Fiction,” an exhibit by Tema Stauffer.
Please note that the musical “Cabaret,” from Thursday, April 6, through Saturday, April 8, is considered for mature audiences. There will be three 7:30 p.m. performances, plus a 2 p.m. Saturday matinee. “Cabaret” and other events may require an admission fee.
As part of Tennessee Financial Literacy Week, keynote speaker and best-selling author Anthony O’Neal will kick off the showcase at 4:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 5, in the James Union Building Tennessee Room when he discusses how to plan for your financial future. It is sponsored by Ascend Federal Credit Union.
— Randy Weiler (Randy.Weiler@mtsu.edu)
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