MTSU students across campus have learned firsthand what democracy sounds like when it is read out loud. At six separate locations, students, faculty and staff..
Middle Tennessee State University is ready to set off a few fireworks of civic inspiration and information with its week of special events Sept. 13-17..
A team of nine MTSU students and alumni is celebrating two 2020 Parthenon Awards earned for a “shoestring budget” public relations campaign last fall to..
Students in MTSU professor Hanna Park’s public relations course are urging their peers to join the university’s 1 for All First Amendment awareness program and..
American artists have fought to freely express themselves in music since they were singing pre-Revolutionary War songs criticizing colonial governors, but they’ve rarely battled over..
Producer/Host: Gina Logue Guest: Ken Paulson Synopsis: The director of MTSU’s Free Speech Center discusses his agenda for engaging students in the protection of the..
MTSU’s new Free Speech Center and the constitutional rights it promotes were the topic of a recent “MTSU On the Record” radio program. Host Gina Logue’s interview..
MTSU faculty, as well as a student and a staffer, recently provided national media outlets with information and perspectives on a variety of topics, including..
MTSU experts recently provided facts and perspectives to media outlets in recent articles on civil rights icon Martin Luther King Jr., dance legend Isadora Duncan,..
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Dean Ken Paulson of MTSU’s College of Media and Entertainment joined other free speech experts for testimony Wednesday before a Congressional committee examining how First Amendment rights are..
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