The ways in which Americans have used the Bible and its teachings to advance campaigns and causes is the focus of the next “MTSU On..
Reporters from various news agencies recently relied on MTSU faculty experts for perspectives on aging inmates, election security, rural health care, presidential politics, Middle East..
Civic-minded MTSU students, faculty and staff lined up Thursday on campus to celebrate the 233rd anniversary of the signing of the United States Constitution. The..
The Political Economy Research Institute at Middle Tennessee State University is hosting a series of online community lectures this fall with several nationally known authors..
MTSU Honors College Dean John R. Vile is the 2020-22 recipient of The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi Scholar Award. Vile, Honors dean since..
For the first time, the MTSU Honors College will have two lecture series — by remote delivery — in the same semester. “Civic Virtue” will..
Anyone who wants to study poultry science knows it takes more than mere chicken feed to pay for the education necessary to make it a..
In Bob Dylan’s 1964 song, “Chimes of Freedom,” he sings that bells are “tolling for the tongues with no place to bring their thoughts.” Those..
MTSU leaders had sincere and emphatic praise for the 804 newest members of the Class of 2020 Saturday, Aug. 8, during the university’s second virtual..
MTSU’s 2020 American Sign Language classes will offer an entertaining and enriching experience via video conferencing. The first session will take place from 5:30 to..
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