MTSU student Zofia Zagalsky had an eye on one specific item: “I really was wanting the lamp I got to help mitigate some of my electric power..
The January 2022 edition of Middle Tennessee State University‘s “Out of the Blue” TV magazine show leaps right into the new year with stories on..
A comedian who has transformed his disability into a career is bringing his act to MTSU. Samuel J. Comroe, a fourth-place finalist on the 2018..
Before this semester, there were only two universities in the country affiliated with a wheelchair rugby team. That number has increased to three as a..
A movie screening at MTSU through Saturday night will mark the beginning of a new era for people with disabilities. According to the Disability and Access..
MTSU’s student chapter of the National Federation of the Blind has recognized an MTSU criminal justice professor’s student-focused teaching with a special award. Dr. Elizabeth..
Administrative efforts to make MTSU both a statewide and national leader in educating veterans are taking a significant turn this fall. By late October, the new Veterans..
How can a totally blind college student pass a statistics class, which requires students to understand such visual items as graphs and charts? Dr. Stuart..
One of the stars of TV’s “Breaking Bad” offered an evening of uplifting advice in a conversation with fans at MTSU. RJ Mitte, who portrayed..
MTSU will be “Breaking Bad” with a week of science, drug- and disability-awareness activities inspired by the popular television series. Free food, prizes, giveaways and..
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