Business owner, consultant, writer, and speaker Angie Grissom is a powerhouse. Anyone who has seen her speak will tell you that she absolutely radiates enthusiasm..
by Drew Ruble Stately and iconic Kirksey Old Main, one of the first buildings constructed on the MTSU campus 111 years ago, may be the..
by Allison Gorman Diane Turnham calls herself “a Title IX baby.” She and the landmark legislation grew up together. Fifty years ago, when Congress officially..
In 2020 on Juneteenth (June 19), a new federal holiday commemorating the emancipation of enslaved African Americans, alumna Anita Scott Smith signed paperwork to honor..
by Patsy B. Weiler, Allison Gorman, and Drew Ruble From Murfreesboro to Montana, the work of the MTSU Center for Historic Preservation (CHP) continues to..
Story by Allison Gorman When you’re in the middle of nowhere, it can be hard to imagine going anywhere. Just ask Robert Summers, who’s from..
by Allison Gorman and Jimmy Hart Data collection has become a kind of currency over the past decade, whether it be from social media feeds,..
by Allison Gorman Larry Sanderson had planned to ride his technical career with Enron straight into comfortable retirement. Instead his employer famously went south in..
story by Allison Gorman, photos by J. Intintoli, and illustration by Tim Shawl For Gabrielle Thompson, the moment came in 2015, inside a building on..
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