— More than two years after his passing, an MTSU professor is still making his mark on the literary world.
“The Sheriff of Hell’s Murder Case,” the third novel in a Cumberland Mountains-based trilogy by Dr. Jack Justin Turner, will be revealed and celebrated from 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Saturday, April 12, at Phillips Bookstore in the Student Union. A printable campus map with parking instructions is available at http://tinyurl.com/MTSUParkingMap13-14.
George Gruhn, renowned expert on vintage guitars, will make a stop at MTSU Tuesday, April 8, to kick off a special series of discussions on "The American Guitar" in a free public event at the university's Center for Popular Music.
Gruhn, who owns Nashville's Gruhn Guitars, a mecca for musicians and collectors worldwide, will speak on "American Fretted Instruments: History and Development" beginning at 4 p.m. in the center's reading room, located in Room 140 of the Bragg Mass Communication Building on campus.
Aerial view of the Sulpher Dell construction site.
Credit City of Nashville
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP/WMOT) — Archeologists digging at the construction site for Nashville's new minor league baseball stadium have unearthed artifacts believed to be nearly a 1000 years old.
Middle Tennessee State University Archaeologist Kevin Smith says fire pits and broken pieces of ceramic pans were uncovered at Sulphur Dell. They suggest the area once held a large workshop where mineral water was boiled to collect salt, a valuable trading commodity.
We're thrilled to share the news with you about the Nashville Symphony's newly announced 2014/15 FirstBank Pops Series, along with our 2014/15 Jazz Series. We invite you to join us for a star-studded year of music at Schermerhorn Symphony Center.
With a lineup including The Four Tops, Kenny Rogers, Bernadette Peters and much more, the FirstBank Pops Series promises exciting music from start to finish, all featuring the dynamic sound of the Nashville Symphony!
The first statewide collegiate conference of its kind in Tennessee will be the standout feature of this year’s SpringOut! Pride Week at MTSU.
Student organizations from more than 30 colleges and universities along with corporate and community leaders are invited to attend the inaugural LGBT+ College Conference on campus April 10-12. The theme is “The Advocate in You!”