March 30 was a quiet night on the MTSU campus, as many students, faculty and staff continued adjusting after the first week of switching to..
The James E. Walker Library at MTSU will waive all overdue fees for materials during the COVID-19 pandemic. Because of Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee’s “stay-at-home” directive, MTSU’s..
MTSU faculty and staff experts recently shared their expertise with national media outlets on various subjects related to the COVID-19 pandemic, as well as topics..
The MTSU Creamery made a much-needed special delivery of its famous chocolate milk Wednesday morning, April 1, to keep the Murfreesboro City Schools’ CHOW Bus..
While practicing social distancing and other health precautions, the MTSU Student Food Pantry continues to feed students in need. With a minimum of MTSU personnel..
MTSU President Sidney A. McPhee announced Wednesday, April 1, that May Commencement ceremonies have been canceled because of the coronavirus pandemic and also announced the..
Middle Tennessee State University alumnus Dr. Elliott Tenpenny stands on the front line of the COVID-19 outbreak in New York City. Tenpenny, a member of..
In this crazy time, we are experiencing a saturation of media messages. While it is wonderful to have so many different choices, it can also..
MTSU President Sidney A. McPhee announced Thursday, March 26, that an on-campus student has been confirmed as the first case of COVID-19 on campus. A..
Middle Tennessee State University unveiled three new guaranteed academic scholarships Wednesday, March 25, for qualified freshmen entering this fall, marking the first time such awards..
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