Not that they need it, but the Middle Tennessee Lady Raiders have a good-luck charm in the form of Murfreesboro City Schools’ youngsters. When the school kids show..
Nearly 5,000 Rutherford County Schools’ students turned Murphy Center from the Glass House to the Loud House. The fourth- and fifth-grade students turned the decibel levels on..
MTSU athletics and Murfreesboro City Schools’ Education Day partnership continues to soar — and keeps MTSU No. 1 in the nation for Education Day women’s..
They entered Murphy Center excited to watch the MTSU Lady Raiders play a college basketball game. All of the thousands of Murfreesboro City Schools’ students..
If Dr. Linda Gilbert and about 7,000 screaming Murfreesboro City Schools students have their way, the Education Day partnership with MTSU and the Lady Raiders basketball team..
The 6,000 Rutherford County Schools’ students were often loud. Maybe too noisy for the visiting Trevecca men’s basketball team. But the Middle Tennessee Blue Raiders..
Scales Elementary School classmates and friends Alaynna Edging and Jenna Woods knew there was some educational value to attending the fifth annual MTSU Education Day..
A math- and science-related paper airplane activity — one schoolchildren have been working on in the classroom — became the educational aspect featured during..
Youthful energy vibrated throughout MTSU’s Murphy Center Thursday (Dec. 12) as more than 7,000 Murfreesboro school children attended the Education Day women’s basketball game. Children..
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