National media outlets recently quoted MTSU faculty experts on such topics as white supremacists, the pension crisis in Russia, the possible execution of poachers in..
NASHVILLE, Tenn. — A cold, rainy weekend didn’t stop a small group of MTSU media students, faculty and staff from recently viewing a cinematic snapshot..
Blues-rock icon Tracy Nelson, whose soulful, powerful voice lends extra gravitas to the music of her four-decade career, will perform songs of freedom at MTSU..
A pair of MTSU faculty members will lead a timely discussion on “Money in Politics” on Tuesday, Aug. 11, at the Heritage Center of Murfreesboro,..
A new national survey by the Nashville-based First Amendment Center indicates that nearly a third of Americans still can’t name one of the five freedoms..
First Amendment scholar Ken Paulson, dean of the MTSU College of Mass Communication, is among panelists discussing the free speech rights of student fans on..
The latest MTSU personnel to lend their expertise to national news agencies shared insights on First Amendment rights for federal government employees and keeping the..
WASHINGTON — In a survey released July 16 by the Newseum Institute, 34 percent of Americans say the First Amendment goes too far in the..
Literary works that provoke controversy and prompt society to reexamine its values are the focus during the James E. Walker Library’s observation of Banned Books..
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