Posts in tag

Student Union Ballroom


Photo by Andrew Wigdor / MTSU Sidelines The MTSU Board of Trustees held its first quarterly meeting of the spring 2018 semester Tuesday in the Student Union Building, in which two new academic programs in the colleges of Business and Education and a recommendation to bring all faculty, staff and administrative salaries up to the …

Photo and story by KeWana McCallum / Contributing Writer Eric Thomas provided MTSU’s 2018 Black History Month keynote speech Monday night in the Student Union Ballroom with the hopes of motivating students and faculty. Thomas started motivational speaking in 2007 and became known as a prominent author and minister throughout the years. He created a …

Photo by Bing-Nan Li // Sidelines Archive MTSU officials will hear budget requests and student success presentations from each college starting Monday, according to a university release. President Sidney A. McPhee, interim vice president Alan Thomas and Faculty Senate president Tricia Farwell will hear presentations by deans from the university’s nine college and the James E. Walker Library during open …

Actor and author Hill Harper spoke in the Student Union Ballroom Wednesday night as MTSU’s Black History Month keynote speaker. Harper, who starred in CBS’s CSI: NY and USA Network’s Covert Affairs, came off as charismatic, smart, funny and extremely wise. His message was potent and deep, yet light with some well-timed humor and crowd involvement. …

Match Records & the Department of Recording Industry presented their Fall Listening Night on Friday, Dec. 5, 2014. (FILE/Match Records)

Match Records, MTSU’s student record label, hosted a Listening Night on Friday in the Student Union Ballroom. Recording industry students and professors gathered for a crowd of students and faculty to showcase the program’s latest works. The program was open to any recording industry student who wished to participated. The night consisted of 24 projects, all of …

Moon Taxi performs at MTSU's Student Union Ballroom in Murfreesboro, Tenn. on Tuesday, October 1, 2013. (MTSU Sidelines / Brett Turner)

There are two positive outcomes that can come with seeing a band perform live. Some performances reaffirm your love for a group, while some make you love them even more. The latter is what I experienced after seeing Nashville rock act Moon Taxi perform Tuesday night at the Student Union Ballroom. Going in, I was …