MTSU’s Center for Health and Human Services is expanding its diabetes and obesity prevention activities with additional state funding. The Tennessee Department of Health, as..
When it comes to getting the straight facts about COVID-19, MTSU’s health and wellness students have an advantage. Three sections of Health and Wellness, or..
What could have been a serious setback for students in the Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology program turned into an opportunity for improving the curriculum. When..
In a note to the campus community Monday, May 24, MTSU President Sidney A. McPhee announced his decision to immediately end campus mask mandates (with..
MTSU Theatre students are preparing the way of the Lord — and for big show-stopping tunes to return to Tucker Theatre — when they bring..
If you have 10 minutes, MTSU Theatre has a play — or two, or five, or six — for you to Zoom into Thursday-Sunday, March..
MTSU Theatre students are stepping off the traditional scripted stage Feb. 25-28 and moving into virtual rooms they’ve created for audiences — and themselves —..
MTSU Theatre students and faculty are creating one wild ride on the Tucker Theatre stage Nov. 5-8 with a live, and livestreamed, production of “Ride..
In fair Verona, where MTSU Theatre lays its scene Oct. 1-4 in the fall 2020 season-opening production, saints have hands, but pilgrims won’t be touching..
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