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..
Experts from law enforcement, government, academia and the clergy will tackle one of society’s most challenging issues in an upcoming public event. The MTSU Department..
The ongoing widening of Middle Tennessee Boulevard along the MTSU campus is requiring the section between East Main and Bell streets ONLY to be closed for about..
City of Murfreesboro and Middle Tennessee State University officials met Thursday at City Hall with owners and managers of privately-owned apartment complexes to continue developing effective strategies to..
Middle Tennessee State University’s police department would gain more authority to work with Murfreesboro law enforcement outside campus under a plan being considered by city..
Privately owned apartments near the Middle Tennessee State University campus will be the focus of a strategy announced Wednesday, May 17, by Murfreesboro leaders that..
The MTSU community has been busy throughout the spring semester helping clean up the city of Murfreesboro, protecting the local water supply and improving the..
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