Arts & Culture

If you like to run in groups, you might be able to save some money by entering your organization in this year’s “See Spot Run for Humanity” if you act quickly.

The 2015 5K Run/Walk is slated to begin at 5 p.m. Saturday, May 2. Registration will begin at 3:45 p.m. at Peck Hall for both people and their canine companions.

The Nashville Film Festival (NaFF) today announced the celebrities scheduled for the 10-day event running April 16-25 at Regal Green Hills.
“We are so excited to welcome such a great line-up,” said Artistic Director Brian Owens. “The red carpet is such a wonderful opportunity for festival-goers and media to see the people who put so much work into the films we are showing.”
The public is invited to attend the red carpet, along with the media. All red carpet events take place at Regal Green Hills on the lower level lobby.

As spring arrives each year, activists against sexual assault spring into action at MTSU.

Several events are planned for April 13-17 on campus in observance of Sexual Assault Awareness Month.

T-shirts bearing messages of sexual assault survivors will be displayed in the Student Union in the traditional Clothesline Project throughout the week.

— MTSU’s 15th Annual MTSU Student Film Festival is underway this week to celebrate student filmmakers, culminating in a special public awards ceremony set Friday, April 10, in the university’s Student Union Video Theater.

At Friday’s ceremony, set to begin at 7 p.m. in the second-floor theater, festival organizers will recognize the top three student participants and then screen their films. 

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — More than 200,000 people are expected to make the trip to Columbia for the annual Mule Day celebration that goes through April 12. And while much of the focus will be on the role they have played in agriculture, Tennessee mules have been a valued wartime resource for much of the nation's history.