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Story and Photos by Veronica Prigmore On Wednesday, November 6th, The Baldwin Photo Gallery at MTSU held an exhibit entitled, “Ideas about Time”, showcasing the works of Mark Klett. The former geologist, now photographer, has a unique style and incorporates his geology experience in his photos.  The photo gallery is a time travel adventure through the …

MTSU staff member Anthony Tate, manager of Center for Educational Media Computer Facilities in the Ned McWherter Learning Resources building (LRC), passed away Monday after suffering a heart attack in his office. Tate, who was 61 years old, was a graduate of MTSU. Tate was well known throughout the Murfreesboro community for his support of …

Story by Bryanna Weinstein Photo courtesy of MTSU News On Monday, November 4, MTSU continued its Fall Honors Lecture series with a lecture led by Michael Burns, national director of the Campus Vote Project. Students listened in as Burns discussed student citizens and their voting rights from a national perspective. As the national director of the …

Photos and story by Carla Hicks / Contributing Writer Middle Tennessee State University held the National Pan-Hellenic Homecoming Step Show Friday night, October 26, 2019 in the Student Union Ballroom. The winners were based on who performed the best between the fraternities and sororities.  The two fraternities that competed were Phi Beta Sigma and Kappa …

Beverly Keel, chair of the Department of Recording Industry at MTSU, has been named the next dean of the College of Media and Entertainment, University Provost Mark Byrnes announced Wednesday. I am honored and excited to announce that I will become dean of @MTSU College of Media and Entertainment in January! — Beverly Keel (@bevkeel) …

In early 2018, then-governor Bill Haslam proposed a $38 million new academic building for MTSU’s College of Behavioral and Health Sciences.  A year and a half later, that proposed building– now at $39.6 million and 91,600 sq. ft.– is an almost-finished behemoth, standing as a testament to the lengths a university will go to serve …