MTSU’s Stormwater Program invites the campus community to an upcoming public meeting about protecting water quality in the Stones River Watership, which includes the MTSU..
MTSU alumnus and outgoing Planning Commission Chairman Bob Lamb received a key to the city of Murfreesboro March 6 from Mayor Shane McFarland in recognition of..
The long-awaited opening of the Middle Tennessee Boulevard widening project near the MTSU campus is set for all northbound lanes from East Main Street to..
Because construction projects will impact several campus streets and parking lots this fall, university administrators strongly encourages students, faculty, staff and visitors to plan ahead for their..
Due to the Middle Tennessee Boulevard road-widening project, the university has been informed of the following changes affecting traffic on the west side of campus:..
As part of the Middle Tennessee Boulevard road-widening project, the following changes have been made at the intersection of Faulkinberry Drive and Middle Tennessee Boulevard to improve..
An MTSU alumnus was recently honored with a top cable television award for his documentary work for the city of Murfreesboro’s CityTV program. MTSU alumnus..
The January 2018 episode of “In the City,” Murfreesboro’s video magazine program hosted by MTSU alumna Michael Linn White, began airing this month on CityTV,..
MTSU President Sidney A. McPhee recently sent the following messages to the campus community to share information about the university’s preparations for the planned Oct...
“Murfreesboro Storytellers” host and MTSU administrator John Hood had the pleasure of talking with MTSU President Sidney A McPhee about economics, recruiting, and the various..
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