Middle Tennessee State University

Graduate studies program expands for equine students

Jan 16th, 2012

After a year of working out the kinks, the graduate studies program for horse science majors continues to emerge as more students filter into the equine industry.

University holds MLK vigil

Jan 16th, 2012

The university paid tribute and used different forms of expression to recognize the efforts of civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr. during a vigil held Monday night in the

Madden trial date moves to May

Jan 16th, 2012

A Rutherford County judge set back the court date for the case concerning Shanterrica Madden, the primary suspect in the murder trial of Lady Raider basketball player Tina Stewart, to May 7.

Online communities can have a real impact

Sep 26th, 2011

If someone were to ask you ‘What do you use the internet for?’ you might come up with any number of answers. Research, communication, watching videos of kittens and ndash; its uses run the gamut from serious to silly.

Give children the education they deserve rather than one dealt

Sep 26th, 2011

The biggest government failures have not been limited to its market interventions; in fact, if you want to see the most impactful failure of government simply go to your local public school.

Needs Headline

Sep 5th, 2011

It’s a little difficult for Don and Hanna Witherspoon to get through an entire meal without being politely interrupted by a fellow Murfreesboro resident stopping by their table to say a quick hello. But they don’t seem the least bit perturbed. Rather, …

From Panty Raids to Distinguished Alumni Awards: Four Decades in love with MTSU

Sep 5th, 2011

It’s a little difficult for Don and Hanna Witherspoon to get through an entire meal without being politely interrupted by a fellow Murfreesboro resident stopping by their table to say a quick hello.

Court rules filming police is legal

Sep 4th, 2011

It is not illegal for citizens to videotape police officers while on public duty in uniform, according to a ruling Aug. 26 by the First Circuit Court of Appeals.

8 tips for parking and driving on campus

Sep 4th, 2011

When you are driving on campus, the speed limit is the speed limit. Follow it, or you will get a ticket. This rule should hold true everywhere, but it is particularly observed by the Campus Police Department. Pro tip: this rule seems to be especially f…

Blue Raiders offense shines but falls short of upset of Purdue

Sep 4th, 2011

Middle Tennessee entered their Sept. 3 matchup at Purdue as 20-point underdogs, but apparently someone forgot to tell Logan Kilgore and the Blue Raiders’ offense about this fact….

Oasis Church cookout

Sep 2nd, 2011

Oasis Church is inviting college students and young adults to attend a cookout Tuesday to celebrate the launch of the church’s College and Young Adult Ministry.

Steve Jobs Resigns as CEO of Apple

Sep 2nd, 2011

Steve Jobs resigned as Apple’s chief executive officer on Aug. 24, citing his inability to perform the job in an open letter to the Apple board of directors.

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