MTSU faculty and staff took to the airwaves recently to discuss a university anthropological research project in Brazil, a history project focused on documenting the..
A trio on the front line of America’s most vocal civil- and human-rights unrest in decades agreed Tuesday night at MTSU: Ferguson, Missouri, has forced..
Longtime Midstate journalist Pat Embry has been selected as the new director of MTSU’s John Seigenthaler Chair of Excellence in First Amendment Studies, bringing decades of..
Journalism icon John Seigenthaler, a First Amendment champion, civil rights advocate and devoted friend of Middle Tennessee State University, died July 11 at the age of 86...
MTSU journalism professor Leon Alligood and a group of students are in the midst of a three-week experiential learning class in which students are writing..
NASHVILLE — First Amendment and civil rights advocate John Seigenthaler was honored Thursday with the 19thannual Joe Kraft Humanitarian Award from The Community Foundation of..
Leonard Pitts Jr., a Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist, has spent much of his storied career at The Miami Herald, where facts are the story. His Feb...
Some grizzled old city editors in the newsroom would tell reporters to “never let the facts get in the way of a good story.” Leonard..
Sandy Johnson, managing editor for politics and government at the Center for Public Integrity in Washington, D.C., delivered a lecture on “Uncovering Corruption: Tracking the..
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