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1 MTSU will hold in-person graduation ceremony Nov. 21 at Floyd Stadium
2 MTSU schedules modified, in-person fall commencement ceremonies for Nov. 21 at Floyd Stadium
3 MTSU schedules modified, in-person fall commencement ceremonies
4 Masks still required in some places; MTSU cancels spring break
5 MTSU board boosts President Sidney McPhee's pay by $14,750
6 MTSU launches ‘Bridging the Gap’ campaign, extends student scholarships
7 MTSU Spring Break Canceled – Sidelines
8 MTSU Adapts Homecoming Weekend to Keep Blue Raider Spirit Alive
9 Author to explore MTSU's Forrest Hall controversy via videoconference
10 Tennessee Voices, Episode 13: Sidney McPhee, president of Middle Tennessee State University
11 MTSU to roll out social justice, equality initiative, President Sidney McPhee says
12 Coronavirus in Tennessee: State reports 2,605 more cases, six new deaths
13 Sidney McPhee, MTSU officials take part in White House panel on reopening campuses this fall
14 How COVID-19 changed MTSU homecoming
15 MTSU, Blackman High Leaders Celebrate Collegiate Academy Students' Accomplishments
16 MTSU hosts author of book chronicling controversy of Forrest Hall
17 McPhee Celebrates 20 Years at MTSU While Facing COVID Crisis
18 Letter from President Sidney A. McPhee on COVID-19
19 MTSU's Sidney McPhee, faculty welcome students back with pair of hope-filled videos
20 Memphis municipal courts resuming in-person appearances
21 McPhee receives $14.7K raise | News
22 McPhee: MTSU gives thanks for ability to help those in need
23 MTSU board approves 5-year contract for President Sidney McPhee
24 MTSU plans outdoor commencement ceremonies for 2020 grads
25 $250,000 bonus may await MTSU President Sidney McPhee at end of 5-year contract
26 MTSU admins: Resuming in-person classes may hinge on following COVID-19 guidelines
27 MTSU President Sidney McPhee's salary raised to $400,000
28 MTSU President Sidney McPhee plans return to on-campus classes in fall semester
29 McPhee gives COVID-19 update during virtual State of University address
30 Middle Tennessee State University requires masks on campus
31 MTSU to finish spring semester online, May graduation ceremonies may be canceled, President Sidney McPhee says
32 MTSU holds ribbon cutting for new academic building
33 Despite Rutherford County being 'red zone' for COVID-19, Ketron has not mandated masks
34 MTSU President Sidney McPhee in China as part of ongoing cultural outreach, partnership efforts
35 MTSU allows students to opt in to pass-fail grading amid COVID-19
36 “Let's Continue To Be Safe,” as two week moratorium restrictions are lessened
37 MTSU plans modified campus sessions in fall | News
38 MTSU rebrands its TV channel to True Blue TV
39 MTSU to end in-person classes before Thanksgiving, cancel fall break because of COVID-19
40 MTSU fuels CHOW bus and hungry students with much-needed milk donation
41 MTSU: No tuition increase, fee hike expected for 2020-21 academic year
42 Liz McPhee, wife of MTSU president, has a hat for every day of the year — almost
43 MTSU proposes no tuition increase this year | News
44 MTSU cancels Friday afternoon classes in preparation for football game vs. Western Kentucky
45 MTSU President Sidney McPhee, university to be honored by American Red Cross
46 MTSU Rebrands Educational Channel to 'True Blue TV'
47 MTSU mourns loss of Charlie Daniels, whose impact on campus 'will remain for generations'
48 Newsmaker: MTSU moving forward amid COVID-19
49 Rutherford County, MTSU postpone May graduation ceremonies at Murphy Center
50 Daniels helped to make MTSU a home for veterans
51 MTSU President, Provost Deliver Strong Messages on Campus Mask Policy
52 MTSU, Alpha Kappa Alpha graduate chapter distribute 5,000 COVID-19 packages to students
53 Some MTSU students still living on campus have no other place to go
54 Raiders stay strong in classroom despite pandemic
55 MTSU unveils $39.6 million academic building for criminal justice, psychology, social work
56 MTSU board upholds plan for no tuition, fee increases for 2020-21
57 MTSU seeks $11.2 million in building improvements for food service, aerospace students
58 MTSU President Sidney McPhee, retired Lt. Gen. Keith M. Huber participate in 13000 foot tandem parachute jump with Army Golden Knights
59 MTSU leaders comfort, praise ‘resilient’ summer 2020 grads at virtual commencement
60 MTSU professors scramble to restructure classes after university announces online-only learning
61 Baum: MTSU-Meharry partnership will transform rural health care
62 Details on How MTSU Will Resume On Campus Classes This Fall
63 Teen triplets plan to join mom as MTSU students
64 Forrest Hall protesters march to Sidney McPhee's home
65 Despite pandemic, MTSU sees enrollment growth
66 Colleges, universities plan for students to return in the fall
67 MTSU makes plans for fall semester
68 MTSU sorority partners to distribute 5000 student care packages
69 MTSU unveils the 'Tennessee Data Science Initiative' to educate the region for high-tech jobs
70 MTSU Trustees Approve Flat Tuition, Fees for New Academic Year
71 MTSU's president's grand-niece killed in Bahamas during Hurricane Dorian
72 MTSU extends Spring Break over COVID-19 fears
73 MTSU now requiring all employees to work from home if they are able
74 MTSU closing offices Monday for 'day of service' to help tornado victims
75 MTSU president loses niece in Dorian; creates fund for Bahamian survivors
76 MTSU seeking alternatives to graduation ceremony
77 MTSU enrollment ticks up in 2019 after seven-year slump
78 MTSU's Huber chairs virtual Rutherford Heart Walk
79 MTSU to host April 29 virtual Graduating Veterans Stole Ceremony on Facebook Live
80 MTSU honors graduating veterans with virtual Stole Ceremony
81 MTSU and Rockvale High Create Dual Enrollment Opportunities
82 MTSU Announces Three New Scholarships
83 Middle Tennessee State University issues statements, background re: death of veterans center namesake Charlie Daniels
84 Predators & MTSU Launch "The General's Fund" to Help Veterans
85 Cape Breton: Birthplace of 19 National Hockey League Players (Part 1)
86 What will college in Tennessee look like in the fall?
87 MTSU launches new scholarships for incoming freshmen ahead of fall semester
88 Renata Skuja
89 MTSU tuition, fees to climb by 2.36%, Board of Trustees decides
90 Letter from Director of Athletics Chris Massaro
91 MTSU's McPhee to aspiring student legislative leaders: ‘Be bold … don’t be afraid to fail’
92 COVID-19
93 Confucius Institute at MTSU again receiving critical attention
94 Middle Tennessee State unveils new $39.6M academic building
95 Decorated veteran headline MTSU's virtual 9/11 Remembrance
96 Death notices: Oct. 5, 2020
97 MTSU's Aug. 8 grads will join historic Class of '20 at university's 2nd virtual commencement
98 MT to recognize 8 True Blue Pioneers
99 MTSU and Meharry Medical College partnership will transform healthcare for rural Tennesseans | Opinion
100 MTSU unveils Tennessee Data Initiative featuring new degree, certificates, research push