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In the News: Jehovah's Witnesses, Russia, China, Nashville police, pensions, tattoos and more

In the News: Jehovah's Witnesses, Russia, China, Nashville police, pensions, tattoos and more

March 30 2021

Local, national and international news outlets recently relied on MTSU faculty experts for their perspectives on tattoos, Jehovah’s Witnesses, foreign policy, pension programs, social media and the construction industry, a...

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In the News: Dr. Seuss, Nathan Bedford Forrest, the Nashville Christmas Day bombing and more

In the News: Dr. Seuss, Nathan Bedford Forrest, the Nashville Christmas Day bombing and more

March 17 2021

MTSU faculty and staff recently responded to news agencies seeking answers on a variety of topics including “taking a knee” during the national anthem, the importance of public access to public records, a bomber&rsqu...

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MTSU grads find Grammy gold betting on Lambert's 'Wildcard' CD; other nominees celebrating [+VIDEOS]

MTSU grads find Grammy gold betting on Lambert's 'Wildcard' CD; other nominees celebrating [+VIDEOS]

March 16 2021

Working with an artist as well-established as Miranda Lambert was no "Wildcard" for a pair of Middle Tennessee State University graduates, but helping create the 2020 best country album<...>

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MTSU welcomes 'Fandango at the Wall' international music documentary creators to online discussion

MTSU welcomes 'Fandango at the Wall' international music documentary creators to online discussion

February 24 2021
MTSU’s Department of Media Arts is welcoming the world, virtually, to a Thursday, Feb. 25, screening and discussion of

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MTSU on WGNS: Reducing textbook costs, Chris Young Cafe, new Walker Library dean

MTSU on WGNS: Reducing textbook costs, Chris Young Cafe, new Walker Library dean

February 24 2021


MTSU faculty appeared on WGNS Radio’s “Action Line” program by phone recently to talk about a new grant to help decrease student textbook costs, plans for the Chris Young Cafe and in...

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