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MTSU President Sidney McPhee announced the cancellation of the May Commencement ceremony Wednesday afternoon, a move heavily predicted but no less dreaded by the MTSU community. “Following most recent guidance from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and Governor Lee regarding large group meetings, we must cancel our Spring Commencement Ceremonies, originally planned …

Photos and story by Kristi Jones / Contributing Writer The Student Alumni Association celebrated the 2019 December graduates as they hosted the annual “Senior Day” on Tuesday in the Student Union Ballroom. The SAA works closely with students preparing to graduate and the alumni who have graduated years prior. At “Senior Day,” upcoming graduates were …

Photos courtesy of MTSU News The first weekend of May wrapped up the Spring 2019 semester for all Middle Tennessee State University students — but for many students, this weekend wrapped up their journeys spanning years of dedication. The annual spring graduations on May 3 and 4 saw the graduation of over 2,500 MTSU students …

Photos courtesy of Gina Greiss,  Jada Conwell, Dagi Bahiru and Keaven Burton Story by Bruceann Owen / Contributing Writer It’s a few days before the final walk that establishes a new milestone in one’s life: graduating college. It’s a bittersweet moment for the students of MTSU who will be entering a new world. Proud seniors walk with …

Photo courtesy of Flickr Story by Andrew Nation / Contributing Writer  With graduation just around the corner, many students are getting ready to walk across the stage and accept their diplomas. Before the big day arrives though, there’s something a lot of soon-to-be graduates will do to express their creativity, experiences at their college and …

Tomorrow, hundreds of seniors will arrive at Murphy Center to participate in their commencement ceremony. Graduations are notoriously long and tedious, and regardless of students’ participation in the ceremony, they will still receive a diploma. So, why do they walk? Some MTSU students explained their motive behind sitting through a 3-hour ceremony to receive a piece of …