Social distancing due to the COVID-19 pandemic will not stop an annual MTSU tradition designed to raise awareness of sexual assault, gender identity and other..
MTSU faculty and staff appeared on WGNS Radio recently to share information about a new Sports Media concentration in the school of journalism, ongoing efforts..
Messages of hope, healing and awareness will be on display as MTSU presents The Clothesline Project Monday, April 9, through Thursday, April 12, in observance..
A new program at MTSU is taking aim at bystanders’ tendency to want to stay uninvolved in potential sexual assaults. Activists explained the “Safe Bar”..
An event set Wednesday, Oct. 14, at MTSU aims to use humor to help students understand that rape is not funny. “The Hook Up,” an interactive sexual-assault..
As part of MTSU’s continuing efforts to enhance security on campus, the university is creating a new post to deal specifically with sexual assault cases. “Our..
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