Reporters turned to MTSU faculty for their perspectives on various topics recently, including the Congressional hearings on the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol, voting..
Lifelong activists who helped to create a “community of solidarity” received honors Thursday at MTSU’s 26th annual Unity Luncheon. Five stellar members of the Black community..
Producer/Host: Gina Logue Guest: Dr. Sekou Franklin Synopsis: The associate professor of political science and international relations analyzes the results of a study of race..
More than 56 years after civil rights marchers were brutally beaten on the Edmund Pettus Bridge, “MTSU On the Record” took another look at race..
Reporters recently sought out MTSU faculty and administrators for their perspectives on various issues, including gerrymandering, voting rights legislation, inflation, N95 masks and Les Paul,..
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..
It was inevitable that Mary Evins would take the path she chose in life. “I always knew I would have a Ph.D. and be a..
Reporters recently relied on MTSU faculty and staff for insight into several issues, including vaccine mandates, the First Amendment, voter suppression laws, critical race theory,..
MTSU students across campus have learned firsthand what democracy sounds like when it is read out loud. At six separate locations, students, faculty and staff..
Middle Tennessee State University is ready to set off a few fireworks of civic inspiration and information with its week of special events Sept. 13-17..
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