The struggle to obtain, maintain and promote the right to vote will be the focus of MTSU’s 2020 celebration of Black History Month. “African Americans..
Famed jazz drummer Roger Humphries will bring his 70-plus years of musical brilliance to MTSU Thursday, Feb. 6, to perform with university jazz faculty and..
A biology professor from one of MTSU‘s international education partners will discuss conservation efforts in the Amazonian rainforest during a special campus visit Tuesday, Jan...
As keynote speaker of MTSU’s annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day observance, state Rep. Harold Love Jr. challenged those gathered Monday evening, Jan. 20, inside..
Middle Tennessee State University‘s “Out of the Blue” TV magazine show strides into a new year with its January 2020 edition, featuring conversations about a..
Typical college courses end in a flurry of projects, guest speakers, presentations and final papers as students and professors gather all they need to wind..
The 1,759 new graduates in MTSU’s Class of 2019 reached a momentous life goal Saturday, Dec. 14, triumphantly accepting their hard-earned university degrees cheered by family, friends, professors, colleagues and..
Middle Tennessee State University is again seeking nominations for the “unsung heroes” throughout the community who will be honored at the upcoming traditional Unity Luncheon..
More than 1,750 MTSU students are preparing to take on the world with hard-earned degrees in hand after the university’s fall 2019 commencement ceremonies, set..
Photos that showcase human resiliency in the wake of catastrophes are the focus of a new exhibit by artist, entrepreneur, philanthropist and MTSU alumnus Jeremy Cowart at..
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