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School is back in session tomorrow starting at 11:30 a.m., but the roads are still dangerous in some places and the parking garages are both closed for the day, so a lot of commuters aren’t pleased. Luckily, there’s an MTSU policy that basically excuses you from class during ‘inclement weather.’ University policy III:00:02 section I, …

Alex Nagey

Alexander “Alex” Nagy, longtime journalism professor and former dean of MTSU’s School of Mass Communication (now Media and Entertainment), died Sunday, Jan. 17, at Tennessee State Veterans Home in Murfreesboro. He was 90. Nagy came to MTSU in 1980 as a professor in the School of Mass Communication after five years as the founding chairman of the …

Murfreesboro Snow Northfield Commons

It’s cold, it’s snowing, and, most likely, you don’t wanna go anywhere today. But, you’ve still gotta eat. Luckily, there’s still some delivery options available in Murfreesboro that will risk their lives so you don’t have to. Thanks to revolutionary fleet management software, not even extreme weather can hold back these fleets from delivering goods …

MTSU has closed seven out of nine on-campus dining locations today while the campus is closed due to winter weather conditions, according to MT Dining. Among the closures are P.O.Ds in all buildings, the Cyber Cafe, KUC Grill, Starbucks and the Student Union Food Court. During this time, Raider Zone in the James Union Building will …

Photo by Rhiannon Gilbert // Sidelines Archive MTSU will be closed today and Saturday due to inclement weather, according to MTSU’s alert updates. All offices and classes will be closed, except for offices and services that are required for on-campus residents and public safety. Despite campus closing, officials told MTSU’s alert service that the “Coaches vs. Cancer” basketball …

MTSU

Photo by David Taylor // Staff Photographer Speaking from experience, transferring to a new school can be one of the most difficult transitions a student can make. I myself had to switch schools twice: once after my freshman year of high school, and the other this past fall when I transferred from Pellissippi State Community College to …