MURFREESBORO, Tenn. (NELSON) -- A new federal study shows that about one Tennessee teen in ten reports being the victim of dating violence.
According to a survey conducted by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), more than 9 percent of high school students have been purposefully hit, slapped, or physically hurt while in a relationship.
Surprisingly, male teens report abuse nearly as often as female students. However, the female population’s domestic violence rate is slightly higher at 10.1 percent. For Tennessee males the rate is 8.7 percent.
MURFREESBORO, Tenn. (NELSON) -- About 250 high-school juniors and seniors from across Tennessee are attending the Governor’s School for the Arts. The school is being held again this year at Middle Tennessee State University.
Schools from all over Tennessee have students enrolled in the Governor’s School for the Arts.
The school is a month long, intensive program that allows students to focus on their areas of interest, dance, music, visual arts, filmmaking, and theater.
Murfreesboro eleventh graders Max Farley and Gaven Marlow are representing Siegel High.
MURFREESBORO, Tenn. (NELSON) -- Two Mid-State university students are planning a study-abroad trip with a twist.
Belmont University students, Riley Hutchins and Dan Franquemont are currently raising funds to study abroad at sea.
While on the journey, the two plan to visit seven different countries and film every moment of the journey. They hope to create a 16-week series called, “2 Guys, 1 Boat, and An Adventure of a Lifetime.”
Student Riley Hutchins, is more than a little excited about the trip.
MURFREESBORO, Tenn (NELSON) -- Student volunteers from Middle Tennessee State University are headed to Japan to help with the nation’s ongoing disaster recovery.
Ten students and two professors from MTSU left the Mid-State Monday morning to participate in a restoration mission in Fukushima, Japan.
According to a press statement from Middle Tennessee State, 95 percent of the rubble remains to be cleared away following the March 2011 earthquake, tsunami, and nuclear meltdown that killed nearly 16,000 people.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (NELSON) -- The Frist Center for the Visual Arts is celebrating the start of summer by opening a couple of new exhibits.
A media preview for the exhibition, Creation Story: Gee’s Bend Quilts and the Art of Thorton Dial was held Thursday, May 25th. The shows examine the connections between folk and self-taught artists of the American South.