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Tree Stump Speeches: What Issues are MTSU Students Passionate About?

Written by Sarah Calise, Archivist What is a talk-back board? “A talk-back board is essentially a blank wall or freestanding board with a question printed above in large text. Somewhere within reach, visitors are provided a stack of sticky notes … Continue reading

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Reflecting on the MT Lambda Exhibit

Written by Alissa Kane, Graduate Assistant Warning: Some of the content in this blog post and the exhibits contain hateful speech and descriptions of violence toward LGBT+ people. I am grateful that I have the opportunity to work for the … Continue reading

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On the Road Again: The National Historic Preservation Act 50th Anniversary Exhibit Travels to West Tennessee Delta Heritage Center

On Monday December 5, 2016, Albert Gore Research Center Director Dr. Louis Kyriakoudes and graduate assistant Julie Maresco traveled to the West Tennessee Delta Heritage Center in Brownsville, Tennessee, to install the traveling exhibit at its second stop.  The National Historic … Continue reading

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