Back in the Groove

VINYL MAKES A COMEBACK AND AN INDUSTRY NOTICES

Back in the Groove Back in the Groove

Par for the Course

MTSU golf coach Whit Turnbow proves that one good deed leads to many others

Par for the Course Par for the Course

Working Behind Bars

MEREDITH DYE STUDIES AN OFT-IGNORED POPULATION

Working Behind Bars Working Behind Bars

Creating a Paper Trail

Charles Clary’s art cuts both ways

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From Literary Canon to Vampire Slaying

Dr. David Lavery is crafting a new pop canon, one Buffy at a time

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2014-03-32D Doc Rock Fischer

Back in the Groove

  Vinyl is back. According to Nielson SoundScan retail figures, album sales leapt 33 percent in 2013.  While the total number of units sold (six million) isn’t going to save the recorded music industry, it’s not insignificant, either—particularly for middle Tennessee, where the economy is in part dependent on strong sales. So what exactly is [...]

2014-05-11D Turnbow Coat Drive

Par for the Course

MTSU golf coach Whit Turnbow proves that one good deed leads to many others

2014-03-37D Dye Prison Research

Working Behind Bars

Meredith Dye studies on oft-ignored female population by Katie Porterfield   As a little girl, Assistant Professor Meredith Dye (Sociology and Anthropology) watched a lot of Scooby-Doo. “At the end of each show, when they unmask the bad guy or the ghost, they see that it’s a real person, and it’s usually someone they know,” [...]

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