The music, dancing and history of Africa will be on display at MTSU during the first week in March.
Africa Week will provide the MTSU community with a glimpse of the continent with several events March 3-6.
“There’s never been anything like this before on campus,” said Stephane Jibikilayi, president of Students United for the Advancement and Study of Africa, or SUASA, and a naturalized American citizen who emigrated from the Democratic Republic of the Congo. “We want to help dreams come true for children who have no resources and no education.”
NASHVILLE – Stand-up comedian, television host, bestselling author, and Emmy nominee Bill Maher is returning to Nashville, bringing his stand-up comedy tour to the Tennessee Performing Arts Center’s Andrew Jackson Hall for one night only on Sunday, July 13, 2014 at 7:30 p.m.
DigiGirlz Day is scheduled for Saturday, March 1, in Franklin, Tenn., and has a Tuesday, Feb. 25, deadline for high school girls to register.
An event for up to 100 girls interested in a high-tech or STEM (science, technology, engineering or mathematics) careers, DigiGirlz Day is free and will be held from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Nissan North America Office, One Nissan Way, in Franklin.
Middle Tennessee residents, past and present, can help MTSU trace the evolution of one of the city’s most popular landmarks.
Anyone who remembers working in or patronizing the building where The Center for the Arts is located when it housed the U.S. post office or the Linebaugh Public Library is invited to share memories with MTSU graduate students.