Baldwin exhibit honors American heroes

When you step into The Baldwin Photographic Gallery for the exhibit AMERICAN HEROES: PORTRAITS OF SERVICE, try not to feel emotional, proud and grateful

Kyle Holland nabs gold at AES Convention

The MFA in Recording Arts and Technologies scored a huge win at this year’s Audio Engineering Society Convention in New York.

Future of Journalism Education Roundtable draws a crowd

The School of Journalism hosted a Future of Journalism Education Roundtable in October in the Bragg Media and Entertainment Building.

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Free chocolate lures students to schedule advising

The College of Media and Entertainment’s Advising Center recently held “Chocolate Therapy with the Advising Office” in the Bragg Building’s Main Street.

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Rhodes professor shares racial inequality’s musical impact

History professor and author Charles Hughes lectured on the impact racial inequality had on country and soul musicians during the 1960s and 1970s on Oct. 30 in the Bragg Media and Entertainment Building. Hughes is a professor of history at Rhodes College in Memphis, and his book, “Country Soul: Making Music and Making Race in […]

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Leadership Music and Reba convene in the Bragg Building

The Department of Recording Industry hosted 50 members of the Leadership Music Class of 2018 on Oct. 20 in the Bragg Media and Entertainment Building.

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Recording Industry student makes it to Blake’s team

MTSU Recording Industry student Kristi Hoopes appeared on NBC’s “The Voice” this season, and she was chosen to be part of Blake Shelton’s team moving forward in the competition.

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Pulitzer winner shares his opioid reporting at Seigenthaler events

Pulitzer Prize-winning West Virginia journalist Eric Eyre explained to a packed Parliamentary Room on Sept. 28 how he tracked drug wholesalers’ efforts to flood his state with prescription pain relievers.

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Center for Popular Music hosts Shelby Bottom Duo

MTSU rang with the songs of the early U.S. labor movement Oct. 4 when the Shelby Bottom Duo brought its multimedia musical history of activist Joe Hill to campus for a free public multimedia event.

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College alum is MTSU Distinguished Alumnus

Nashville native Eddie Gossage, who is in his 21st year as the only president and general manager of Texas Motor Speedway, said he “was kind of surprised” when informed he is this year’s MTSU Distinguished Alumnus recipient.

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“The Songwriters” rolls out nationwide in January

“The Songwriters,” a weekly TV show featuring conversations with songwriters from the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame, will begin a national roll out in January 2018 on PBS.

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Crowd shares memories of Professor Tom Jimison

Family, friends, former and current students and colleagues gathered outside the Baldwin Photographic Gallery in the Bragg Media and Entertainment Building on Tuesday, Sept. 26, to celebrate the life and work of Professor Tom Jimison, who passed away on Sept. 14 after a long illness.

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Recording Industry again ranked among Billboard’s top

MTSU’s Department of Recording Industry is once again ranked in Billboard magazine’s “15 Best Music Business Schools in 2017.”

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WMOT-FM Roots Radio celebrates first birthday at Americana Festival

WMOT-FM Roots Radio 89.5 threw its first birthday party on Saturday, Sept. 16, in downtown Nashville during the 2017 Americana Music Festival and Conference.

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