A history of the Middle Tennessee State College from its founding in 1911 as the Middle Tennessee State Normal School to 1961. Describes the political environment that led to its creation, early organization and administration, students and student...
Middle Tennessee State Normal School--History; Middle Tennessee State College--History; Middle Tennessee State Teachers College--History
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
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
After President Quill E. Cope's resignation, a board had to be named to find his successor. This newspaper clipping includes quotes from Cope's resignation speech. Cope was the fourth MTSU president; he was leaving MTSU to return to teaching at the...
Cope, Quill Evan; Resignation; College presidents; Middle Tennessee State University
Between the summer semester and fall semester of 1961, there were several changes that took place at Middle Tennessee State College, including trees cut down, a new home for the infirmary, new streets and parking areas, and other small projects
Construction projects; College buildings; Middle Tennessee State College
Call's article describes the proposed Associated Student Body constitutional changes (Replacing the word "college" with University, allowing women and juniors to run for A.S.B. president, and raising the GPA required to run) and the arguments that...
Student government; Middle Tennessee State University;