The January 2022 edition of Middle Tennessee State University‘s “Out of the Blue” TV magazine show leaps right into the new year with stories on..
Middle Tennessee State University leaves 2021 with a year of strong achievement by its students, faculty, staff and alumni, yet remaining vigilant amid coronavirus variants..
In recent weeks, MTSU faculty have made themselves available to news media sources for interviews on a wide range of topics, including self-talk, the African..
Middle Tennessee State University alumni and former students helped turn Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena True Blue again Nov. 10 with featured live TV performances and plenty of..
It wasn’t exactly the “nickel tour,” but a group of some 70 seniors from Murfreesboro’s Blackman Collegiate Academy got more than their money’s worth while..
As the murder trial begins this week for the three men accused in the 2020 slaying of Ahmaud Arbery, the Pulitzer-winning author who uniquely captured..
NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Tennessee State Museum will host “Constructing Outbreaks in Tennessee: How Disease Shaped the Volunteer State,” an Oct. 13 free Lunch-and-Learn with Middle..
Professor experienced 2020 as the woman who wrote the book on American epidemics story by Allison Gorman and photography by J. Intintoli Early last year,..
Hard-working College of Media and Entertainment alumni and former students rocked the Ryman and represented Middle Tennessee State University while receiving their own recognition and..
News agencies recently reached out to MTSU faculty and staff for their views on several topics, including American patriotism, social media, the Biden Administration’s infrastructure..
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