SGA president discusses goals, priorities on ‘Out ...

SGA president discusses goals, priorities on ‘Out of the Blue’ TV show [+VIDEO]

Graphic with SGA President Michai Mosby

A conversation with Middle Tennessee State University Student Government Association President Michai Mosby is a featured segment on the August “Out of the Blue” MTSU television program.

Mosby, a Memphis, Tennessee, native, discusses his new campus role, his student advocacy work during the summer and goals during his presidency with “Out of the Blue Host” Andrew Oppmann, vice president of Marketing and Communications.

“I ran the campaign on campus unity that’s bridging the gap between student leadership and institutional leadership that’s merging unity between departments, and I simply want students to know the resources that they have on campus,” said Mosby, a junior public relations and political science double major.

“I want students to know that SGA is their voice and that you should use every resource that you have including us when you have issues,” he added.

Michai Mosby of Memphis. a sophomore public relations major and 2022-23 chief of staff for the university’s Student Government Association.  
Michai Mosby

A recent restructuring of the SGA Senate will bring more at-large representation, helping “bring more people who share the same goals, share the same visions as we do and to bring the mission of student government to fruition.”

MTSU fall classes beginning a week later, Fight Song moved up to Aug. 31 and an earlier than usual date for MTSU Homecoming, Sept. 23, has had SGA officers “hitting the ground running,” Mosby said. “So it’s all about how can we start now to prepare our students, equip our students and equip our student government to be able to support students so early in the semester?”

Viewers can watch “Out of the Blue” anytime online on MTSU’s YouTube channel and on MTSU’s True Blue TV,, airing on Murfreesboro cable Channel 9 daily at 6 a.m., 11 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. Central and on Roku, Apple TV and Amazon Fire TV, as well as on NewsChannel5+ at 3:30 p.m. Sundays.

“Out of the Blue” also is available as iTunes and Google Play podcasts and on other cable outlets in Middle Tennessee, so check local listings. Enjoy previous editions of “Out of the Blue” here in our archives, too.

Interview segments of the monthly “Out of the Blue” TV show are also released weekly as individual podcasts on Spotify. You can find them at

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