MTSU plans to make a MAJOR announcement at 10 am Tuesday (Feb. 18) at the Nashville Technology Council headquarters.
"To receive a free sandwich, students must agree to sign away their First Amendment rights for the duration of the event," Park said. "Then they will be shown the importance of the First Amendment and how it affects their daily lives."
"Award-winning author Fonda Lee recently criticized Barnes and Noble bookstores for carrying more copies of Tolkien than her own works."
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.
Manipulating residents and winning over hears... are the two similar or the same in politics? MTSU Professor Dr. Larry Burriss in the School of Journalism has more...
An MTSU professor spent her summer in the beautiful Rocky Mountains, but the glorious scenery wasn't the only benefit.
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