Middle Tennessee State University’s Board of Trustees, which met Tuesday by teleconference due to COVID-19 virus concerns, approved two new undergraduate degree programs for the..
MTSU Theatre students were ready for a “Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day.” They didn’t realize it would break their hearts, too. The cast..
NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Middle Tennessee State University trustees, administrators and faculty turned Nashville True Blue recently during the institution’s annual legislative outreach at the State Capitol...
National media outlets recently published MTSU faculty members’ expertise on a variety of subjects, including the coronavirus, the Medal of Honor, tariffs, crime deterrence, national..
Get ready to rock this Friday, March 6, when artists, volunteers and students from Middle Tennessee’s groundbreaking Southern Girls Rock Camp reunite to celebrate National..
For Jacqueline Olive, director and co-producer of the documentary “Always in Season,” looking back at the history of lynching in this nation is absolutely critical..
The MTSU Symphony Orchestra will blend its talents with one of the world’s foremost masters of a unique instrument in a Saturday, Feb. 29, concert designed to..
As a part of the university’s Black History Month celebration, the MTSU community will have a chance to discuss, revisit and view literature written by..
In celebration of Black History Month, MTSU has bestowed one of its top faculty honors on a professor described as a “Renaissance woman.” Leah Tolbert..
MTSU Theatre students are challenging audiences to face their own beliefs about human connections when they present “Six Degrees of Separation,” the Tony Award-winning drama..
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