Journalism icon John Seigenthaler, a First Amendment champion, civil rights advocate and devoted friend of Middle Tennessee State University, died Friday at the age of 86.
Seigenthaler, who lent his name and his prodigious talents to the Chair of Excellence in First Amendment Studies at MTSU, passed away at his Nashville home with his family at his side, according to his son, fellow journalist John Michael Seigenthaler.
The summer fun is only beginning for girls who know how to rock and roll.
It’s not too late for girls ages 10-17 to register for the 12th annual Southern Girls Rock & Roll Camp, which is slated for July 21-26 on the MTSU campus.
Most of the day camp’s activities will take place in the Wright Music Building on campus with musical performances inside Wright’s Hinton Hall. Registration/check-in is at 8:30 a.m. each day, followed by assembly at 9 a.m. Campers are to be picked up by 5:30 p.m. each day.
Three films, each about 10 minutes, will be screened. The students would like input from an audience to see what improvements can be made. Questionaires will be handed out (please bring a pen), and there will be a brief discussion/comment period with the students after each film is screened. The entire evening will be about 90 minutes.
Artist/designer Pierre-Henry Bor, girlfriend/publicist Sarah Loss
Mayra Cervantes (dir.), Tiffany Murray (DP), artist Pierre-Henry Bor, Will Messerschmidt (Prod.), Lucas Fleming (Sound).
– The national tour of Lerner & Loewe’s CAMELOT reimagines the classic tale of King Arthur, Guinevere, and Lancelot, and Nashville audiences can fall in love again with this beloved musical, which will play Tennessee Performing Arts Center’s Andrew Jackson Hall for a limited, one-week engagement November 4-9.