Updated April 12, 4:45 p.m.: MTSU’s renowned Illinois Jacquet Jazz Festival, which went virtual, live and free for music lovers and student musicians for the first..
The role music continues to play in activism and social justice is the focus of a free online discussion, with three special guests, planned Thursday,..
MTSU is taking advantage of virtual meetings’ flexibility by expanding its popular Strickland Visiting Scholar Lecture Series this spring, welcoming multiple public history experts in..
A new exhibit in MTSU‘s Baldwin Photographic Gallery, “An Eye Towards Justice,” captures the work of documentarian Morrie Camhi through excerpts of two of his..
Guests at the Center for Popular Music at Middle Tennessee State University discussed one of Tennessee’s greatest treasures Wednesday, March 24, in a special online..
MTSU’s Jennings A. Jones College of Business is hosting a dynamic week of activities April 5-9 as the college combines its observance of financial literacy..
“Who’s going to be the Joshua Generation that will lead us into the Promised Land?” With this Biblical analogy, University of Pennsylvania professor Mary Frances..
The Center for Popular Music at Middle Tennessee State University continued its new series of special “unconferences” on old-time music on Friday, March 12, this time bringing..
An Asian American singer and dancer who uses her talent to bring people of diverse cultures together will share her life’s work as part of..
A veteran activist against sexism and racism both in and out of government will deliver the keynote address for MTSU’s celebration of National Women’s History..
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