The newest, iPad-only mini-version of MTSU Magazine is sure to keep the university’s growing Web and app audiences “in the know” about all things MTSU.
From a photographic look back at the recent Alumni Weekend activities to expert commentary on Cuba, this edition covers a broad swath of topics and perspectives.
Available through the MTSU Magazine app on iTunes, the electronic-only version includes stories with multimedia content that aren’t available in print.
The latest edition includes a look at:
- MTSU’s May commencement ceremonies, featuring the largest graduating class in school history, speeches by Gov. Bill Haslam and alumnus Pete Fisher (’87), general manager of the Grand Ole Opry, and the first two honorary degrees in MTSU’s 102-year history, given to former U.S. Congressman Bart Gordon and the late Nobel Prize winner James Buchanan.
- Former Blue Raider baseball players plying their wares professionally this spring.
- Three young scholars who respectively have studied parasites in horse manure, written a new language and soared to new heights in aerospace research — good examples of the varied student research efforts occurring daily at MTSU.
- How a retired professor’s donation will give MTSU’s photography collection a new home.
Readers of MTSU Magazine may now download the free mini-version to their iPads or iPhones at https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/mtsu-mag/id531162285?mt=8.
The content in the mini-magazine also is available at www.mtsumagazine.com.
The next print edition of MTSU Magazine will reach alumni and friends by mail in July.
— Drew Ruble (email@example.com)