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Award winning student publication creates Collage of words and pictures

MTSU students have just finished a publication thats much more than a poster or class project. Its the latest edition of the literary and arts publication known as Collage.

Charlie Daniels gets MTSU Spirit of America Award

Musician and singer Charlie Daniels received the 2009 Joe M. Rodgers Spirit of America Award, during the Executives-in-Residence luncheon at MTSU. Daniels told the gathering that his sense of patriotism is partly a result of growing up during World War II.

Former Reagan advisor takes issue with Presidents plan for the economy

Arthur Laffer was guest speaker at MTSUs Executives-in-Residence program. He had praise for the President as a person, but not his economic policies.

MTSU students investigate special sense of place at Radnor Lake

Radnor Lake is a quiet and peaceful retreat in a busy city, but it owes its existence to the once very noisy and bustling steam engines that ran through the Mid State. Dr. Doug Heffington and students asked people about what makes it so special.

MTSU engineering technology students place first in moonbuggy race

Two teams from MTSU entered this years moonbuggy race at the Marshall Space Flight Center. They returned with a first place award in the safety category.

MTSU aerospace chair rides with Navy Blue Angels

Dr. Wayne Dornan, chair of the department of aerospace at MTSU, usually sits at a desk, however, he was invited to take quite a different seat in one of the Navy Blue Angels jets.

Top 10 Inexpensive Real Estate Staging Tips – Staging Your Home To Sell Fast

In this edition of Tuesday Morning Coffee John presents 10 Tips for Staging Your Home To Sell and the reasoning behind them (yes, there’s some logic involved). Advice straight from Professional Home Stagers that can help you get more for your home and sell faster. Not selling anytime soon? Try some of these quick fixes [...]

Take Back the Night

The June Anderson Women’s Center held their annual “Take Back the Night” march across campus Tuesday. During the march women reclaimed their bodies and lives by breaking the silence and chanting.

eTrade Spoof for Tuesday Morning Coffee

Real estate parody. eTrade spoof. Visit to see all of John Jones’ Tuesday Morning Coffee vlogs

Real Estate Comedy – John Jones on The Late Show with David Letterman

Footage of John Jones, a realtor in Murfreesboro Tennessee on The Late Show with David Letterman. View all of John’s video blogs at

AfroFlow Spring 2009

Rapper MIKE-E and students showcase their poetic and musical talents during AfroFlow on the Honors College lawn Tuesday.


Opinions editor Byron Wilkes goes skydiving in Clarksville, Tenn. at Adventure Skydiving Tennessee.

True Blue TV Spring Break ’09 Food

Steven Mizell host of True Blue TV visits the MTSU Recreation Center to interview students about how they are preparing for Spring Break ’09

True Blue TV Spring Break ’09 Cardio

Steven Mizell host of True Blue TV visits the MTSU Recreation Center to interview students about how they are preparing for Spring Break ’09

True Blue TV Spring Break ’09 Weights

Steven Mizell host of True Blue TV visits the MTSU Recreation Center to interview students about how they are preparing for Spring Break ’09

MTSU English Language School

Intensive English language program comes to MTSU MTSU has partnered with one of the world’s largest language schools, to offer classes for international students who want to improve their English language skills. Students are admitted as non-degree-seeking students, enrolling in a one-hour seminar for pass-fail credit.

Family Caregivers

Support program for churches assists family caregivers Since the days of slavery, African-American churches have been the bedrock of spiritual and social support. Dr. James Taylor, assistant professor of Social Work at MTSU, has created a process that taps into that source to assist those, cast in the unexpected role of family caregiver.

Tennessee Center for Child Welfare

MTSU center helps those who help abused and neglected children The Tennessee Center for Child Welfare, headquartered at MTSU, provides professional development for the workers and families who strive to find the permanency that children need to grow into healthy, happy and productive adults.


Parents discuss the challenge and the hope for children with autism Ron and Jennifer Kates both teach English at MTSU, and they are parents of a son with autism. Ed Evans, president of the MTSU student organization Students for Autism Awareness, is the father of two autistic boys. These parents say the disorder has created [...]

Mesh Art Gallery

Curator Eric Snyder and artists Owen Cooper, Michelle Dutton and Jason Barnett discuss the new Mesh gallery. Five students are showcasing their work in the gallery, which is held in the Todd Hall building on campus. The gallery is free and open to students, faculty and staff.