A reporter and editor who overcame racial restrictions to champion diversity in journalism will share her experiences in an appearance at MTSU. Wanda Lloyd, founding executive director of the Freedom Forum Diversity Institute, will speak at 2:20 Monday afternoon.
In conjunction with February's Black History Month observances, Middle Tennessee State University is honoring eight former student-athletes for being True Blue pioneers.
The struggle to obtain, maintain and promote the right to vote will be the focus of MTSU's 2020 celebration of Black History Month.
"Faith, family, friends and finance." Listening to MTSU business professor Frank Michello and those who know him well, it quickly became clear that those four words have been driving forces behind a life and professional career that was honored this week when the longtime educator accepted the 2019 John Pleas Faculty Award.
February is "Black History Month" in America and the celebration has been a major part of MTSU's calendar of events with the new Student Union Building having standing room only Monday night as hip-hop communicator and first-generation educator, Eric Thomas lovingly delivered a wake-up call.
A special program for Black History Month was recently held at Patterson Park Community in Murfreesboro.
The Comprehensive Annual Financial Report was presented at Thursday's Murfreesboro City Council meeting, which as in years past, shows the city's assets to be in excellent condition...
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