A program guide for the Tennessee Governor's School for the Arts, which is a four-week summer program for rising eleventh and twelfth grade students in Tennessee. "The 1986 program at MTSU focused on music, visual arts, and theatre."
Arts; Arts--Study and teaching; High school students; College publications; Middle Tennessee State University
Excerpts of an oral history with Dean Hayes, track coach for Middle Tennessee State University. Hayes shares memories of coaching experiences, race relations, women's issues, and general athletics at the university.
Coaches (Athletics); Coaching (Athletics); Track and field; Race relations; Racism; College integration; School mascots; Athletic fields; People with visual disabilities; People with disabilities; Women; Women college students; Middle Tennessee...
Congressman Barton Jennings Gordon. He represents the Sixth District, which consists of 15 Middle Tennessee counties. He was born and educated in Rutherford County, and attended MTSU and graduated in 1971. He then received his law degree from the...
Gordon, Bart J., 1949-; Legislators--United States
A poster announcing the 25th anniversary of the Nashville Sit-in Movement on April 16, 1985. The University was showing a screening of the 1960 news documentary "Sit-in: ABC White Paper" at the Learning Resources Center on campus
Excerpts of an oral history with Mary Scales, the first full-time African-American professor at MTSU. Scales shares her memories of campus life as an African-American graduate student at MTSU during the 1960s, the MTSU Upward Bound program, race...
College preparation programs; African American college teachers; African Americans; Race relations; Segregation; Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority; Middle Tennessee State University
Library employees Wilma Marable (left) and Mary Pugh (right) work on two of the first computer workstations used by the library to automate cataloging tasks. The workstations were located in the cataloging department of the Todd Library