MTSU is joining the applause for the Arts Center of Cannon County and its 40 years of showcasing music, theater, dance, sculpture, painting, quilting, basket-making..
MTSU graduates are packing their carry-ons and preparing to head west to be recognized for their work at music’s highest levels: the 62nd annual Grammy..
MTSU faculty experts recently provided their views in national media outlets on topics including dyslexia, national party politics, hate speech, the impeachment of President Trump..
Middle Tennessee State University‘s “Out of the Blue” TV magazine show strides into a new year with its January 2020 edition, featuring conversations about a..
Two accomplished MTSU students unveiled their research on Christmas Eve and New Year’s Eve editions of the “MTSU On the Record” radio program. Host Gina Logue’s..
Middle Tennessee State University wraps up 2019 following a year full of successes — named among the nation’s best colleges; an $8 billion alumni impact..
NASHVILLE, Tenn. — MTSU students are unearthing an important chapter in Nashville history and American history, one small plot at a time. Actually, Andrew Wyatt,..
The 1,759 new graduates in MTSU’s Class of 2019 reached a momentous life goal Saturday, Dec. 14, triumphantly accepting their hard-earned university degrees cheered by family, friends, professors, colleagues and..
With novices and transfer students propelling the MTSU Debate Team, its coach is looking forward to a jam-packed spring 2020 semester. Dr. Pat Richey, director of..
MTSU faculty recently shared their expertise on a variety of topics with news media outlets. The issues included country music, CEO tweets, dairy farms, contemporary..
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