Business

3:32pm

Fri December 21, 2012
Business

Remember to Recycle at MTSU’s Greenland Drive Bins

MTSU Recycles

Ah, Christmastime … a time for family, friends, food and gift-giving. Gifts usually are wrapped in paper, and cardboard and plastic often are part of the original packing process.

Living rooms, dens and family rooms can become full of wrapping paper and other clutter that could be considered trash, but actually should be recycled.

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8:10am

Thu December 13, 2012
Business

MTSU Alternative Fuels Class Braces for Dec. 13 Races

Twenty-one MTSU students, who have modified four go-karts and one golf cart to run on five different alternative fuels, will have an end-of-semester competition at 2 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 13.

The location will be on or around Lightning Way and the back of the Tennessee Livestock Center. Lightning Way is near Champion Way and Greenland Drive.

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9:47am

Mon December 10, 2012
Business

MTSU School of Journalism Gets Top-50 Nod from Student-Media Blog

A respected student-media scholar has included MTSU’S School of Journalism in his 2013 list of “50 Best Journalism Schools and Programs at U.S. Colleges and Universities.” 

Dr. Dan Reimold, who teaches journalism at the University of Tampa and blogs at CollegeMediaMatters.com, said he based his evaluations on “knowledge of various schools’ and departments’ reputations, faculty, affiliated student media, classes (and) internship and study-abroad connections.”

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8:10am

Thu December 6, 2012
Business

Women’s Groups Mean Business in December Clothing Drive

Women in Science and Engineering (WISE) and the Murfreesboro chapter of the American Association of University Women (AAUW) are joining forces to collect business clothing for women in need.

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9:33am

Wed December 5, 2012
Business

Game, Experiments Bring ‘100 Percent Fun’ to City Schools Students

Nearly 7,500 Murfreesboro City Schools students enjoy a field trip to MTSU’s Murphy Center for the Lady Raiders’ Dec. 4 Education Day game against Austin Peay. Attendance was 10,107, the second largest crowd in the program’s history. (Photo by Andy Heidt/MTSU Creative and Visual Services)

Above the noise of thousands of children talking and doing what youngsters do when they attend a college basketball game (some for the first time), Cameron Burke said he was having “100 percent fun.”

Burke, 9, a fourth-grade student at John Pittard Elementary School in Murfreesboro, was having a grand time inside 11,000-plus-seat Murphy Center Tuesday morning. He said it was his first time to be in the arena.

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