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BRAVE MTSU women helping Bhutanese/Nepalese community in Nashville

BRAVE MTSU women helping Bhutanese/Nepalese community in Nashville

May 29 2020

Two members of the MTSU community are reaching out to an underserved population to help its members stay safe during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Sabitra Basnet, who graduated with a nursing d...

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MTSU task force recommends 'modified' reopening, hybrid courses for fall return

MTSU task force recommends 'modified' reopening, hybrid courses for fall return

May 29 2020

A Middle Tennessee State University COVID-19 task force recommends ending classes for the Fall 2020 semester at Thanksgiving, stringent social distancing protocols and reduced classroom capacity limits when stud...

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How to Triumph Over a Socially Distant Summer Semester

How to Triumph Over a Socially Distant Summer Semester

May 20 2020

Times are a little crazy right now, and after a half-semester of remote learning, you’re probably like me and want nothing more than to be back on campus. Not that the online classes are bad, but I just miss you guys, you ...

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Zoom Presentation Group Keeps Quarantine Fun

Zoom Presentation Group Keeps Quarantine Fun

May 18 2020
It’s Wednesday night in COVID-19 quarantine. You’ve worked hard to create a presentation that will impress your graduate school peers and colleagues, and tonight is the night to show it o...

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In the News: Faculty, staff discuss poetry, home security, 'Typhoid Mary,' sports, COVID-19, more

In the News: Faculty, staff discuss poetry, home security, 'Typhoid Mary,' sports, COVID-19, more

May 4 2020

MTSU faculty and staff recently contributed their expertise to a variety of media platforms on subjects that included home security, poetry writing, “Typhoid Mary,” The Kinks, football, basketball and, of course, the...

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