It was a windy, blustery day, a good day to wear a head covering. At the Festival of Veils on the Student Union Commons, more..
An open-air festival of fun, food and understanding is scheduled at MTSU during National Women’s History Month. “Festival of Veils,” an event designed to unravel..
March breezes in at MTSU with a full slate of events celebrating National Women’s History Month and the theme of “Providing Healing, Promoting Hope.” •..
His gift for gab obvious, as well as honed comedic timing and a unique social commentary on American politics and culture, comedian, author and Peabody..
The inaugural “Created Equal: TN Legacy Series” film screening and discussion will feature the film “Green Book,” a 2018 biographical drama set in the 1960s,..
The February 2022 edition of Middle Tennessee State University‘s “Out of the Blue” TV magazine show is spreading the love with stories on how two..
The MTSU Black History Month Committee invites you to “read all about it.” “Reading the Black Experience” is a new event in which participants will..
Middle Tennessee State University will honor five Middle Tennessee “unsung heroes” who’ve served their communities faithfully during the upcoming 26th annual Unity Luncheon on the..
One of the funniest and most provocative comedians of our times is coming to MTSU this week. Stand-up comic, author, actor and Peabody Award-winner D.L...
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