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TSU President Glenda Baskin Glover on entering higher education and Common Core
Dr. Glenda Baskin Glover returned to Nashville in January 2013, when she took up the post of president at her alma mater, Tennessee State University.
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The Greenville Sun
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What was a magical and maybe unexpected journey through the postseason for the North Greene girls came to an abrupt conclusion Wednesday evening.
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Columbia Daily Herald
Agribusiness students can earn bachelors at CSCC
Columbia State Community College-Lewisburg and Middle Tennessee State University signed the Agribusiness Program 2+2 Agreement last week.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
A New Electrical Energy Design Concept Addresses Two Major Needs
West Africa as well as the entire continent is challenged in two major areas of development.
Innovative strategies to attract youth to STEM
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The Jackson Sun
Soledad O'Brien to speak at Tennessee State
NASHVILLE -- Award-winning journalist Soledad O'Brien will speak at Tennessee State University later this month.
Beatles engineer, co-author to be in Murfreesboro
An engineer who worked with the Beatles and an author and musician who co-wrote a book about the band are speaking at Middle Tennessee State University later this month.
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Family's heartbreak after rescue shelter finds four-year-old boy's beloved lost dog and SELLS her to a 'better' home after refusing to return her to original owners Judge grants firebrand Democratic congressman's wife a restraining order after he allegedly pushed her to the ground... as she claims he also beat their children Members of fraternities ... (more)
Tue Mar 04, 2014
Helms CPA Grows with New Staff
Helms CPA, PLLC has announced the addition of two members to its team. Shannon Whitley joins the company as the Office Manager and Crystal Allen as an associate.
Kaleidoscope wins honors; website named 'Best In South'
The Kaleidoscope, student newspaper at the University of Alabama at Birmingham, was named "Best in the South" for its innovative website, uabkscope.com, during ceremonies at the Southeastern Journalism Conference.
The Bluegrass Blog
Wyatt Rice teaching guitar at ETSU
Wyatt Rice has been working as a professional musician since he joined older brother Tony's band in the late 1970s.
The Daily News Journal
Mayoral candidates tout experience
Vice Mayor Ron Washington and Councilman Shane McFarland talked about why they should be the next mayor Monday night during a League of Women Voters forum at City Hall.
Detroit-born hip-hop producer Key Wane hits the right notes
Dwane Weir, better known as hip-hop producer Key Wane, was in Los Angeles working on new music with Big Sean one night in December when Beyonce suddenly, out of thin air, surprise-released her new album.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
MTSU Offices Closing at 2pm
Middle Tennessee State University will close administrative offices, except for certain essential services , at Sat.
Community Leader George Gardner Passed Away Monday
This was a 2012 celebration of the Discovery Center. His close friends Bob Luster and Billie Little with George Gardner.
'Civil Rights Icons' series brings living participants of the movement to Stanford campus
"Tonight this is a quarter's worth of a history class," Jan Barker-Alexander, associate dean of students and director of the Black Community Services Center , told a largely student crowd recently in CEMEX Auditorium.
Sun Mar 02, 2014
Nashville people in business
Previously, Blankenship was a senior vice president with Alliant Capital Advisors.
Engagement: Rebecca Wilson & Nick DeMelfi
Rebecca is a graduate of Middle Tennessee State University in Murfreesboro, Tennessee where she was graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Early Childhood Education.
College classmates finally cross paths -- but not on campus
Jenna Stanfill, 27, and Ben Avery, 28, spent years together on the campus of Middle Tennessee State University in Murfreesboro, sharing the same friends and acquaintances but never actually crossing paths themselves.
Sat Mar 01, 2014
MTSU Composition Professor Michael Linton Gets Down and Dirty at Carnegie Hall
Middle Tennessee composer Michael Linton is heading to Carnegie Hall, where his two new song cycles will receive their world-premiere performances on Monday night .