Who needs cartoons when you and your family can “Saddle Up” for a Saturday-morning party at MTSU? Volunteers are dusting off their boots and corralling..
There’s still time to squeeze into one of a few remaining appointments this Monday, April 9, to help save lives and show your support for..
A civil rights activist, educator and political leader from Mississippi and a Minnesota colleague helping to ensure those activists’ place in history will visit MTSU this..
Some seats are still available for the Sunday, April 8, final public concert in this season’s “Keyboard Artist Series” from MTSU’s School of Music, featuring..
MTSU theater, music, dance and multimedia students are stitching their many talents into a multimedia “coat of many colors” to personalize MTSU Theatre’s April 5-8..
The Stones River Chamber Players, MTSU’s faculty ensemble-in-residence, will end their 2017-18 season Monday, March 26, with a free concert, “Roads Less Traveled,” comprising works..
If inclement weather forecasts have you wondering if MTSU classes and events will be delayed or canceled, bookmark this page, mtsunews.com/weather, to keep track of..
Jazz drummer Matt Wilson and guitarist Gary Wittner will join MTSU School of Music faculty and students for a day of concerts and clinics Saturday,..
Young Middle Tennessee inventors apparently have developed quite the reputation among national Invention Convention leaders and participants. “Tennessee grows some really, really smart kids,” Juli..
Both Woody Guthrie and the Carolina Chocolate Drops might get a kick out of these new old-time music-loving folks. Dr. Dan Margolies, a professor of..
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