Reporters recently turned to MTSU faculty members for expertise on a variety of issues, including critical race theory, porch piracy, children’s literature, water quality and..
The Center for Popular Music at Middle Tennessee State University wrapped up its inaugural series of special “unconferences” on old-time music Friday, April 16, with..
The role music continues to play in activism and social justice is the focus of a free online discussion, with three special guests, planned Thursday,..
Guests at the Center for Popular Music at Middle Tennessee State University discussed one of Tennessee’s greatest treasures March 24 in a special online panel..
The Center for Popular Music at Middle Tennessee State University continued its new series of special “unconferences” on old-time music on Friday, March 12, this time bringing..
MTSU’s observance of National Women’s History Month will be an appreciation of more than 100 years of American women’s suffrage. The opening ceremony is slated..
The Center for Popular Music at Middle Tennessee State University is tuning up for a new series of special “unconferences” about old-time music, taking advantage..
Multiplatinum entertainer and former Middle Tennessee State University student Chris Young returned to his hometown Wednesday, Jan. 27, for the grand opening of a MTSU..
The writing is on the wall at the James E. Walker Library, and it pays tribute to a devoted supporter. Michael Humnicky, a former engineer..
The “thirteen hundred fifty-two guitar pickers in Nashville” were only “mothers’ sons” when John Sebastian’s “Nashville Cats” brought Music City session musicians into the spotlight in..
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