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    • Phi Epsilon was first MTSU chartered frat

    • 1968-02-19
    • This issue of Sidelines focused on fraternities at MTSU. The article discusses the first MTSU fraternity, Phi Epsilon, and the activities they had participated in and awards they had won. Includes pictures of David Kious, the president of Phi...
    • Greek letter societies; College students; Middle Tennessee State University;
    • Murfree Hall : demolition

    • 1967
    • 1967 demolition of Murfree Hall to make way for Peck Hall
    • Lost architecture; Academic libraries; College buildings; Middle Tennessee State University
    • Dr. Cope and Governor Clement

    • 1960-1969?
    • Dr. Quill E. Cope and Governor Frank G. Clement in the 1960s. Clement was Tennessee's governor from 1953 to 1959 and again from 1963 to 1967
    • Cope, Quill Evan; College presidents; Clement, Frank Goad; Governors--Tennessee; Middle Tennessee State College; Middle Tennessee State University
    • Corlew Hall, c. 1968

    • 1968?
    • Corlew Hall in the late 1960s; built in 1967, located on MTSU Blvd. Architect: Wheeler. Contractor: Melson.
    • Dormitories; College buildings; Student housing; Middle Tennessee State University
    • Davis science building

    • 1967-1969?
    • The Davis science building was built in 1967. Wheeler, architect; Melson, contractor
    • College buildings; Middle Tennessee State University;
    • Keathley University Center

    • 1968?
    • Keathley University Center was built in 1967. Burkhalter-Hickerson, architect; L.L. Poe, contractor
    • Student unions; College buildings; Middle Tennessee State University
    • Quill E. Cope in Paris

    • 1967-07-14
    • Dr. Quill E. Cope in Paris, France, July 14, 1967. Dr. Cope was the fourth president of Middle Tennessee State College
    • Cope, Quill Evan; College presidents; Paris (France)
    • Corlew Hall

    • 1970-1979?
    • Corlew Hall; three African American students are exiting the building in the bottom right hand corner. Corlew Hall, located on MTSU Blvd., was built in 1967. Wheeler, architect; Melson, contractor
    • Dormitories; Student housing; African American students; Middle Tennessee State University

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