The inaugural “Created Equal: TN Legacy Series” film screening and discussion will feature the film “Green Book,” a 2018 biographical drama set in the 1960s,..
The MTSU campus community is invited to participate in the city of Murfreesboro’s Juneteenth celebration in recognition of the emancipation of enslaved African Americans in..
MTSU public history graduate students can spend the summer looking back on a year full of awards resulting from their hard work while the public..
MTSU students and faculty are among more than two dozen people who have been recognized with statewide and regional honors for their volunteer work with..
Bradley Academy Museum and Cultural Center celebrated an interactive history exhibit recently completed by MTSU graduate students with a May 26 reception at the museum. The..
MTSU faculty and staff took to WGNS Radio recently to share information about an upcoming opera performance, major renovations to science facilities and an ongoing..
MTSU departments and personnel were recognized March 26 for the university’s support in preserving and reviving the building that now houses Bradley Academy Museum and..
Three agencies are teaming up to celebrate “Our People” Month during the City of Murfreesboro’s bicentennial year with a special community-heritage lecture, “We Are as..
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