“That James Meredith was a bad dude, wasn’t he?” That was the immediate reaction of James Meredith himself to an introductory video encapsulating the events..
The topics of officer-involved shootings, eyewitness testimony and police/community relations will come to the fore as MTSU shows a widely popular film to prompt open..
A veteran of more than 30 years of experience teaching mathematics and finance is slated to receive one of MTSU’s most prestigious honors. Dr. Frank..
A producer of hit records, a civil rights trailblazer, panel discussions and social gatherings are all part of MTSU’s 2019 celebration of Black History Month...
A comedian who has transformed his disability into a career is bringing his act to MTSU. Samuel J. Comroe, a fourth-place finalist on the 2018..
Tickets are now available for one of the most popular events of MTSU’s Black History Month celebrations: the 23rd annual Unity Luncheon. The university’s 2019..
MTSU junior Jael Ward of Atlanta joined hundreds of other MTSU students Monday night, Jan. 21, in reflecting on the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther..
An MTSU sorority will host a celebration of the life of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. Monday, Jan. 21, on his official federal holiday and..
Dozens of minority students graduating in December were honored recently with a special reception hosted by the MTSU Office of Intercultural and Diversity Affairs. Daniel..
MTSU is again seeking nominations for the “unsung heroes” throughout the community who will be honored at the upcoming Unity Luncheon, held each February as..
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