March 30 was a quiet night on the MTSU campus, as many students, faculty and staff continued adjusting after the first week of switching to..
MTSU’s Black History Month keynote speaker urged her audience members to do more than just register to vote if they really want to bring about..
A dynamic attorney with a wealth of experience in Washington, D.C., politics will share her expertise in an address at MTSU. Angela Rye, chief executive..
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..
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 will be closed Monday, Jan. 20, to observe the 25th anniversary of Martin Luther King Jr. Day, and a special evening ceremony..
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..
Hundreds of MTSU students took advantage of seating throughout the Student Union atrium to cheer on their classmates and learn about the many cultures represented..
A presentation at the annual Boro Pride festival is now a point of pride for the entire MTSU community. The Tennessee Equality Project Foundation presented..
MTSU will wrap up its 2019 Black History Month celebration with a visit from a Grammy Award-nominated keynote speaker Thursday, Feb. 28. David Banner will..
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