MORRISON, Tenn. — MTSU President Sidney A. McPhee extended congratulations Thursday, May 14, to senior managers and employees of Bridgestone’s Warren County plant on the..
NASHVILLE, Tenn. — “Freedom Sings” celebrated its 16th anniversary at The Bluebird Cafe Tuesday night with songs of “truth, justice and equality” in honor of..
MTSU’s College of Mass Communication sponsored the daylong symposium, “Bonnaroo: The Making of a Music Festival,” on Wednesday, Oct. 8. Staffers from every facet of..
Bonnaroo began as a way to reinvigorate outdoor music festivals, its organizers said Wednesday, Oct. 8, at MTSU, and over the last 13 years has..
NASHVILLE, Tenn. — A new partnership between Sony/ATV Music Publishing Nashville and MTSU’s Department of Recording Industry will allow students to submit two of their..
Students from Middle Tennessee State University’s College of Mass Communication are providing multimedia coverage of the 13th annual Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival in Manchester,..
MANCHESTER, Tenn. — MTSU students John Coulston and Kimi Thompson are enjoying this year’s Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival from a unique vantage point. They..
The first moments at a crime scene can be critical to saving lives and ensuring justice, and now, thanks to an MTSU-led effort, a key..
NASHVILLE — The dean of MTSU’s College of Mass Communication told Tennessee’s newspaper editors and publishers Friday that the idea that the newspaper business is..
Music industry website www.guitar-muse.com gave kudos to MTSU’s mass communication offerings recently in a story entitled “10 Reasons Why Nashville Is Cooler than You Think.” The..
WE ARE TRUE BLUE