Arts & Culture

One song carried the message of Grammy gold for a pair of former MTSU students Sunday night, Feb. 8.

“Messengers,” co-written by 2003 music business graduate Torrance Esmond and former student Lecrae Moore for Moore's latest album, won the award for Best Contemporary Christian Music Performance/Song during the 57th annual Grammy Award ceremonies at the Staples Center in Los Angeles.

The fastest feet in fraternities and sororities will be “Stepping for a Cure” at MTSU.

The Interfraternity Council and the Panhellenic Council will sponsor a step show slated for 7 to 9:30 p.m. Friday, Feb. 13, at MTSU’s Tucker Theatre. A printable parking map is available at http://tinyurl.com/MTSUParking14-15.

Money to infuse courses with the experiences and perspectives of women is available at MTSU.

The deadline is Monday, Feb. 9, for faculty to apply for the Curriculum Integration Grants offered by the university’s President’s Commission on the Status of Women.

Three grants worth $1,800 each will be awarded by the commission to support the completion of the revision of a course, the revision of a general education course for a study-abroad program, the creation of a new course, the reconceptualization of a current minor or the creation of a new minor.

John Seigenthaler Chair of Excellence in First Amendment Studies presents

From the Front Lines of Ferguson:

A thought-provoking exploration of the new Civil Rights Movement

 

Tuesday, February 10, 2015

7pm

Tucker Theater

Middle Tennessee State University

 

Free, no ticket required

Three renowned artists are bringing their talents to the MTSU campus in February as part of a 40th Anniversary Lecture Series celebrating the accomplishments of creative people with disabilities. 

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