MTSU faculty members recently provided their expertise to reporters on various subjects including the high cost of housing, Black History Month, children’s mental health, rising..
March breezes in at MTSU with a full slate of events celebrating National Women’s History Month and the theme of “Providing Healing, Promoting Hope.” •..
The Political Economy Research Institute at MTSU recently hosted a presentation with author and Wall Street Journal columnist Jason Riley on his new biography on economist..
A woman who speaks from the perspectives of both a doctor and a patient wrote a prescription for her audience at MTSU. “Dr. Jackie” Jacqueline..
“It has been an improbable journey.” With those words and expressions of gratitude for a host of mentors, MTSU professor Andrew Owusu accepted the John..
MTSU President Sidney A. McPhee and his wife, MTSU first lady Elizabeth McPhee, were presented special awards Monday night by the Murfreesboro Branch of the..
A renowned American choral ensemble, guided in part by a Grammy-winning Middle Tennessee State University music professor, is making Murfreesboro a high-priority performance stop during..
His gift for gab obvious, as well as honed comedic timing and a unique social commentary on American politics and culture, comedian, author and Peabody..
Lifelong activists who helped to create a “community of solidarity” received honors Thursday at MTSU’s 26th annual Unity Luncheon. Five stellar members of the Black community..
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