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The Business and Aerospace Building has been reopened after a bucket reading “Do not open: Ebola” was found behind the building around 8 a.m. on Tuesday. The university released a statement via campus-wide email that normal activity may resume and students are now allowed to return to class. Classes were never cancelled, and the building …

A Murfreesboro hazardous materials team quarantined the courtyard area of the Business and Aerospace Building on Tuesday morning after a two gallon bucket was found with the words “Do not touch: Ebola” written on the lid. Police were notified of the package around 8 a.m. and Murfreesboro Fire Department’s hazmat team was notified. Police blocked the …

By Gabriel Reyes Veterans and their families were honored during MTSU’s 33rd Salute to Armed Services Saturday afternoon, leading up to the Blue Raiders’ game against the Florida Atlantic University Owls. Veteran’s were given free tickets and food provided by State Farm and Barrett firearms. The Department of Veteran Affairs and Tennessee Valley Healthcare System …

MTSU’s Interfraternity Council held a leadership seminar for fraternity members at the Tom Jackson Building where keynote speakers Bob Parks and Shane Reeves walked the attendees through the personal success strategies they have applied in their personal lives, business ventures and time at MTSU. Reeves, of Reeves-Sain medical, and  Parks, of Bob Parks Reality, are both local business …

Seniors in the December 2014 and May 2015 graduating classes were honored with a free buffet of soft pretzels, melted cheese, s’mores and other foods in the Student Union’s second floor ballroom on Tuesday, November 18. This is the third semester “Senior Day” has been hosted by MTSU Alumni Relations, College of Graduate Studies and …

by Jamie Cooley // Contributing Writer Motohiko Kato, the Consul-General of Japan, delivered a speech to MTSU students on Wednesday, discussing relations between the United States and Japan. Before Kato’s speech, David Schmidt, the vice president of International Affairs at MTSU, provided students with background information about the Consul-General. Schmidt told students Kato entered into …