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Photo by Alexis Marshall / MTSU Sidelines  The long-awaited “Bridge Over Broad” opened this weekend after years of construction and traffic conundrums. The bridge connects Memorial Boulevard to Old Fort Parkway over a section of Northwest Broad Street. TDOT originally scheduled construction, which began in January of 2014, to be completed by May 2016. The …

Photo by Sarah Taylor/ Editor-in-Chief Employers from the Middle Tennessee area will be on campus from 1 p.m.-4 p.m. in the Murphy Center Thursday for track-level meeting and networking with students at the Fall 2016 Career Fair. “The career fair will have a bunch of different employers that students are able to network with and …

MTSU, Middle Tennessee Boulevard, Amanda Freuler, Construction

Story by Steve Barnum // Contributing Writer | Photo by Amanda Freuler // News Editor A water line will be worked on this Monday and Tuesday due to the road widening project on Middle Tennessee Boulevard. A water outage is not expected, but according to an MTSU public service announcement, water pressure may be reduced …

MTSU, Middle Tennessee Boulevard, Amanda Freuler, Construction

Photo by Amanda Freuler // News Editor MTSU and the city of Murfreesboro will meet on campus for a public discussion on Thursday from 4 to 5 p.m. to talk about the ongoing Middle Tennessee Boulevard construction project. The event will take place at the MT Center inside the Sam H. Ingram Building located on the corner …

MTSU, Middle Tennessee Boulevard, Amanda Freuler, Construction

MTSU has contributed $5 million to the renovation of Middle Tennessee Boulevard that officially began on Jan. 11, 2016. Middle Tennessee Boulevard runs along the west side of MTSU’s campus, connecting Greenland Drive and East Main Street. The project has been 15 years in the making and is expected to take about two and a …

Work concludes on the Cope Administration Building in time for the spring semester and draws a 10-month project to repair and renovate the 51-year-old structure to a close. According to Patti Miller, assistant vice president and university architect, several administrative offices in Cope have been moved and renovated. Additionally, Cope’s restrooms, lighting, plumbing, security and …