Middle Tennessee State University kicked off it’s celebration of National Women’s Month with a ceremony honoring poet Maya Angelou on Tuesday, March 3, 2015 in the James E. Walker Library. The ceremony included students reciting Angelou’s poetry, a musical tribute by jazz vocalist Connye Florance, a performance by the MTSU Generation of Praise Choir and …

Sophomore Linda Fry stood outside Keathley University Center on Tuesday to play for students on the first day of classes. “It’s such a nice day and I love to play outdoors when it’s warm,” she said. After a five year break from college, this is her fourth semester as a performing arts major.

The June Anderson Center for Women and Nontraditional Students kicked off MTSU’s Nontraditional Student Celebration week by handing out free t-shirts to the first 100 students on the third floor of the Student Union building Monday morning. MTSU is one of many universities across the nation who shows support and recognition of adult students during …

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Lenda Sherrell conceded defeat in her loss against Republican Scott DesJarlais for U.S. House of Representatives Tuesday night during her post-campaign celebration at Mayday Brewery in Murfreesboro. Sherrell, a Monteagle native, lost District Four to DeJarlais, who took 58 percent of the vote. “If this campaign has taught Washington anything tonight, it is that talking …

If you’ve listened to the radio in recent weeks, you’ve probably heard advertisements for and against Amendment 1 that both say the other side is lying. What is really a debate over the enforcement of abortion regulations has turned into a show of pro-life vs. pro-choice views. That is not even what the amendment is …