Ayers, Metro Arts partner to enhance impact of inner city park
The Ayers Institute coordinates a project to teach Nashville public school students.
More than 400 focus on missions during spring break
Spring break is the peak season for the missions office with 22 teams traveling the globe.
'Mr Cub' Ernie Banks to headline Annual Don Meyer Evening of Excellence
Baseball Hall of Famer Ernie Banks will speak April 19 at Allen Arena.
Philosophy professor wins Disciples History's Lester McAllister Prize
Caleb Clanton recieves prize for best published resource on Stone-Campbell history.
Pre-Civil War president's grandson visits Lifelong Learning
Lyon Tyler, grandson of President John Tyler, visited campus March 4.
Tickets now on sale for Singarama 2014
“Singarama’s On Fire” is the 2014 theme for the annual student musical extravaganza.
Lumination one of top four student TV, radio stations in Southeast
The communication and journalism department recently earned 10 awards in the annual Best of the South contest.
Humphrey speaks to Governor’s Task Force on Veterans Education
Lt. Col. Jim Humphrey, director of veteran services, to speak at the Governor’s Task Force on Veteran Education.
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