Hundreds of students and nearly 40 schools in the Murfreesboro area participated in the 23rd annual Invention Convention hosted by MTSU’s Department of Elementary and Special Education on Thursday. Students in 4th, 5th and 6th grades gathered in the Student Union Building to present their inventions to the judges. Inventions were divided into two categories: …

Have you ever dreamed of sipping wine under the Eiffel Tower, riding on a Vespa through the Italian coastline or dancing the night away in a Spanish discoteca? Whatever your European dreams may be, they are not as far out of reach as you may think. Booking your ticket It’s cheapest to book your ticket on the …

A new curriculum will be put in place for incoming journalism students in the fall of 2015 that will include several electronic media classes as general requirements. Faculty members made the decision last semester to house the Department of Electronic Media under the School of Journalism. This is a change to the original plan of merging …

models during the "Dressed to Give Fashion Affair" at Stones River Country Club in Murfreesboro, Tenn. on Saturday, Nov. 22, 2014. The event was a fundraiser for Helping Hands Worldwide Services. (MTSU Sidelines/Greg French)

Murfreesboro hit the runway on Nov. 22 for the “Dress To Give Fashion Affair” fundraiser at the Stones River Country Club. The money raised from entrance fees, private donations, silent auctions and sponsors will go to Helping Hands Worldwide Services. Host George W. Manus Jr. says that they were only a couple hundred dollars away from …

Recruitment for MTSU’s 11 Interfraternity Council organizations, as well as Phi Kappa Tau fraternity, is underway for the fall semester. Events for each fraternity will take place throughout the month of September. “Everyone should come out to events this month to see what Greek Life is all about,” Sigma Pi brother Nathan Pfeifer said. “It’s where …

The Business and Aerospace University Computer lab underwent its first renovation since it was originally founded this summer, according to director Carlos Coronel. Major changes to the lab include two spacious huddle rooms, upgraded seating and new wood flooring to replace the outdated carpet. The lab now features a charging station for mobile devices including iPhones and iPads, …