Middle Tennessee State University’s “Out of the Blue” TV magazine show is looking for inspiration in the new year and in its January 2021 edition..
As the world continues to grapple with the coronavirus pandemic, the impact of COVID-19 has no doubt been the top story of 2020. But within..
By Army Capt. David Gasperson, Special to MTSUNews.com AUGUSTA, Ga. — An MTSU ROTC alumnus has become the U.S. Army Reserve’s first cyber officer to be..
Producer/Host: Gina Logue Guest: Meg Brooker Synopsis: MTSU’s Director of Dance describes “Dance of Freedom,” Florence Fleming Noyes’ tribute to the suffragists who marched for..
The embodiment of women’s insistence on self-expression on stage and in society was the focus of a recent “MTSU On the Record” radio program. Host Gina..
Middle Tennessee State University honored almost 270 faculty and staff members campuswide for their years of working with and for students at the annual Employee..
The December 2020 edition of the “Out of the Blue” television magazine show from Middle Tennessee State University, available to watch above, is bringing a little holiday..
MTSU speech and dance students helped to mark the United Nations’ International Day of Persons with Disabilities Dec. 3 by bringing together artists from around the world..
The “thirteen hundred fifty-two guitar pickers in Nashville” were only “mothers’ sons” when John Sebastian’s “Nashville Cats” brought Music City session musicians into the spotlight in..
Students and faculty in Tennessee’s only full dance degree program are bringing themes of peace, freedom, protest, technology and identity to the screen with special..
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