Students and faculty from Middle Tennessee State University will arrive Friday in Las Vegas to celebrate alumni nominees in the 54th Academy of Country Music Awards and get behind-the-scenes instruction in the making of the national telecast.
MTSU Recording Industry Chair Beverly Keel joined her two fellow co-founders on Saturday night in Las Vegas before the CMA Awards to discuss obstacles faced by women in country music. This trio created an educational forum that was called Change the Conversation.
A select group of Middle Tennessee State University students and faculty will get a behind-the-scenes look at this weekend's activities with the Academy of Country Music Awards, thanks to the support of American Addiction Centers (AAC).
On Wednesday (1/17/18), there was an all-time usage record of 706 gigawatt-hours of electricity, which is enough to power Las Vegas for over 88 days.
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