In fair Verona, where MTSU Theatre lays its scene Oct. 1-4 in the fall 2020 season-opening production, saints have hands, but pilgrims won’t be touching..
MTSU students tuned up to Rock the Vote with bands from Nashville-area universities Tuesday, Sept. 22, during a nationwide National Voter Registration Day virtual event..
Reporters from various news agencies recently relied on MTSU faculty experts for perspectives on aging inmates, election security, rural health care, presidential politics, Middle East..
Many Americans, whether they’re observers or participants, are feeling overwhelmed by 2020’s onslaught of protests, pandemics and politics, but members of an MTSU panel say..
MTSU is welcoming a history scholar, a working journalist and a First Amendment expert Wednesday, Sept. 16, for a free, public Zoom discussion on America’s..
Michigan pediatrician Mona Hanna-Attisha used science-based research in a five-year Flint water crisis battle that resulted in a $600 million settlement for primarily young victims..
An MTSU media master’s graduate is ready for another master’s degree … and a doctorate … and a headfirst educational immersion in American government, all in..
Assisted by family and friends, Nevaeh Carter and Simone Edmondson found themselves “excited but nervous” as they arrived at the MTSU campus Wednesday, Aug. 19,..
MTSU’s WMOT-FM Roots Radio 89.5 is welcoming a wild weekly variety show to its Saturday night lineup as the “Hartland Hootenanny” webcast, created by Old Crow..
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