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Tag: College of Mass Communication

Celebrating our rights with 'Freedom Sings'

Celebrating our rights with 'Freedom Sings'

October 25 2011

Renowned musicians celebrated the First Amendment in song on Nov. 2 during a special performance of “Freedom Sings” in MTSU’s Tucker Theatre.

Performers include Ashley Cleveland, Dave Coleman, Craig&nbs...

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Fall MTSU Poll reveals state views on politics, economy

Fall MTSU Poll reveals state views on politics, economy

October 24 2011
The MTSU Poll, an independent and nonpartisan public-opinion poll on major social, political and ethical issues affecting Tennessee, released its Fall 2011 data on Monday, Oct. 24.

Poll interviews were conducted by telepho...

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Composer Clinton is recording industry artist-in-residence

Composer Clinton is recording industry artist-in-residence

October 21 2011

Film composer George S. Clinton, an MTSU alumnus and the man behind the music of “Mortal Kombat,” “The Santa Clause 2” and the “Austin Powers” film series, shared his expertise with MTSU Oct. ...

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'Secret Sisters' member revisits songwriting class

'Secret Sisters' member revisits songwriting class

October 20 2011

MTSU 2009 graduate Laura Rogers recently took time off from a worldwide tour as one of the "Secret Sisters" to revisit her commercial songwriting class, taught by Professor Hal Newman of the Department of Recording Industry, and...

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Free Sunday-night Chinese Film Festival returns for fall

Free Sunday-night Chinese Film Festival returns for fall

October 13 2011
MTSU’s free Chinese Film Festival returns on Sunday nights beginning Oct. 23, bringing four films focusing on relationships of all kinds, courtesy of the College of Mass Communication and the Confucius Institute.

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