Dec. 13th, 2022
Off the Beaten Path is an ongoing series created by students taking the study abroad class: Travel Reporting or other approved substitute courses in the School of Journalism and Strategic Media.
May 5, 2022
MTSU Men's Tennis Team won their third back-to-back-to-back C-USA Conference Championships, to go on and b the number 16 seeded in the tournament.
February 27, 2022
History only happens once, and on a cold February night, it was made at Nissan Stadium. Perhaps there is none bigger than the NHL Stadium Series for the first time ever in Music City. This circumstance allowed for more than one team to make history, however. It opened Pandora's box to the possibility of a clash between two hockey rivals to settle the score in the biggest way possible. All of this came together to create the spectacle that was the Battle of Nashville between MTSU and Vanderbilt Hockey.
February 11, 2022
The historic matched for MTSU Men's Tennis led by Coach Jimmy Borendame, leading them to back-to-back C-USA Men's Tennis Championships.
March 11, 2021
The historic 25 match home win streak for MTSU Men's Tennis led by Coach Jimmy Borendame.
November 2nd, 2020
Students in a special journalism course in the School of Journalism and Strategic Media in the College of Media and Entertainment at Middle Tennessee State University tell the stories of Tennessee broadcasters in honor of the 100th anniversary of the first commercial radio broadcast. That broadcast from KDKA in Pittsburgh took place on November 2, 1920, which was Election Day. 100 years later, broadcasting looks and sounds quite different.
Journalism students in the class interviewed Tennessee broadcasters about their experiences, researched state broadcast history, and produced a television special as well as a website companion. Some of the interviews were conducted using video conferencing as a COVID-19 precaution.
June 6th, 2019
Multimedia journalism students from Middle Tennessee State University retraced the steps of those who fought for freedom on June 6th 1944 and during the long summer that followed.