Nashville Ballet announced today the public launch of its Capital Campaign–ELEVATE to build the future of Nashville Ballet. The campaign will allow the organization to renovate and expand The Martin Center for Nashville Ballet in Sylvan Heights.
MTSU and Western Kentucky University and their supporters have helped save thousands of lives since 2010 with a friendly “blood battle” competition, and the rivalry is back for 2014!
MTSU students, staff members, alumni and community supporters can make an appointment today at http://www.redcrossblood.org to donate life-saving blood on campus Sept. 8-10 and once again help MTSU “Bleed Blue, Beat WKU.”
A longtime visual journalist who expanded her focus to train others to use mobile media will lead MTSU's nationally recognized Center for Innovation in Media, university officials have announced.
Val Hoeppner, who's served since last fall as journalist in residence in the School of Journalism in MTSU's College of Mass Communication, took the reins July 1 at the student-focused center, which houses all student media plus the university's National Public Radio station, WMOT 89.5 FM, under one roof.