Saturday, February 4, 2023

Campus

Mariah the Scientist Takes MTSU by Storm in SPARE Concert

Last night, Middle Tennessee State University Student Programming & Raider Entertainment and the Black History Month Committee at MTSU attracted over 900 students to the Student Union Ballroom. Rising...

Why is the Bragg P.O.D. closed?

Students with classes in MTSU’s Bragg Media and Entertainment Building will be unable to purchase snacks from the...

SGA Recap, Jan. 26

On Thursday, MTSU’s Student Government held its 1st committee meeting of the New Year, with Tre Hargett —...

The Green Comet Returns: What it Is and Where to See It 

After 50,000 years, the Green Comet is finally coming our way.   The comet, discovered about a year ago, is...

U.S. is quickly approaching the debt ceiling: What happens if it is hit?

On Jan 19, the United States hit its debt limit of $31.4 trillion, meaning that come summertime,...

Hazmat Team Called to Campus for Ebola Threat

A Murfreesboro hazardous materials team quarantined the courtyard area of the Business and Aerospace Building on Tuesday morning after a two gallon bucket was...

Veterans Honored with Memorial Service before FAU Game

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...

Local Business Owners, Alumni Speak to Fraternities

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...

Gallery: Graduating Seniors Celebrated at “Senior Day”

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...

Consul-General of Japan Speaks to MTSU Students

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...

Confucius Institute Sponsors Performance at James E. Walker Library

Ancient music inspired by the landscapes of rural China filled the lobby of James E. Walker Library on Thursday afternoon. Tianyi Wei, a senior mathematics...