"Moving from an island of 7,000 people to a school of 23,000 people ... my eyes were opened to a totally new culture, which at first was overwhelming, but I eventually grasped the opportunities and used it to my advantage.
Middle Tennessee State University made its presence known at the Tennessee State Capitol on Tuesday, March 12, as campus officials held its annual Day on the Hill event for lawmakers.
MTSU sophomore Emily Oppmann, 19, a Buchanan Scholar and biology major and global studies minor, told the guests she remembered being in the same setting two years ago.
Blackman High School juniors who are part of the Blackman Collegiate Academy partnership with MTSU learned about biology research, how foreign languages can enhance their lives, unmanned aircraft systems and more.
Veterans from all eras will be recognized, but those from World War I will be featured Friday, Nov. 2, during the 37th Salute to Armed Forces during several pregame activities and also during the nationally televised...
Dozens of MTSU chemistry, biochemistry, preprofessional, science and nonscience-related majors recently networked with 22 organizations seeking future employees and summer internships.
Middle Tennessee State University kicked off its 2018 True Blue Tour with a rousing start for the first time on its Murfreesboro campus and prospective students already are enthused about the opportunities should they choose to attend MTSU.
Published MTSU student-led research on grapes could have applications within the commercial wine industry as the university continues expanding its impact on this field of study.
Nine recent MTSU graduates were commissioned as U.S. Army second lieutenants in Murfreesboro earlier this month (May 11) during a formal ceremony at the Veterans Memorial outside the Tom H. Jackson Building on the MTSU Campus.
Representatives from the MTSU Charlie and Hazel Daniels Veterans and Military Family Center recently presented Dollar General executives with a framed certificate, thanking and recognizing the major retailer for their strong partnership.
Students rely on MTSU academic advisers, who work tirelessly to guide them toward a successful educational future, even if that means countless appointments, emails and phone calls.
Murfreesboro resident and longtime MTSU equestrian team coach Anne Brzezicki knew all about a retirement celebration dinner planned for her in the James Union Building.
Five eminent jurists illuminated the foundation of our nation's laws and the role of judges in interpreting those laws as part of MTSU's 2017 Constitution Day festivities.
More than 500 prospective students and their parents will be attending the open house from 10:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday, Feb. 20, all across the MTSU campus.
It only took a moment for Judith Iriarte-Gross to open the envelope that arrived in the mail at her Murfreesboro home.
Two MTSU colleges provided midday refreshments, giveaways and fellowship to welcome a new crop of students with some newness of their own during the first week of fall classes.
Halfway up seven-story Corlew Hall in the heart of the MTSU campus, university President Sidney A. McPhee made his way to Caleb Wilson's new room for the next year.
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