A shiny, black tour bus backed up in front of the Bragg Building’s loading dock on Monday, Feb. 20.
With support from the College of Media and Entertainment and the Honors College, Academic Affairs is providing free electronic access for MTSU faculty, staff and students to the New York Times for the spring semester.
Students from on and off campus can get a hands-on experience at the Center for Popular Music each semester.
Sarah Michele Bailey is a multi-talented MFA student in the Recording Arts and Technologies program.
LOS ANGELES — MTSU wrapped up its trip to Southern California and the Grammys in February by announcing an educational partnership with the Grammy Museum, one the nation’s top educational venues devoted to the music industry.
HOLLYWOOD, Calif. — MTSU made its presence known in Southern California in February, reconnecting with area alumni and sponsoring the first of two Americana concerts before the Grammys.
Most people know Damien Horne as a local singer/songwriter around town. But if you’ve been fortunate enough to hear him speak (which he does across the country at Boys & Girls Clubs, through the Salvation Army and via upcoming TED Talks and SXSW in the spring), then you’ve probably heard at least some of his […]
Bill Adair, founder of PolitiFact, spoke on the future and relevance of fact-checking at MTSU on Thursday, Feb. 2.
DIGNITY is on exhibit at the Baldwin Photographic Gallery, beginning Feb. 1.
MTSU alumnus Pete Fisher left his executive position with the Grand Ole Opry Jan. 30 to become CEO of the California-based Academy of Country Music.
The Golden Compass, an Academy Awarding-winning film for Best Visual Effects, gained a lot of critic attention.