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Apartment [Aug. 12th, 2009|04:27 pm]
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[mood |calmcalm]

Is anyone looking for a place to live? I have a room available in a 2 bedroom for $338.34/month plus half of utilities.. also, if you and a roommate would rather move in & have the whole place for $338.34 a piece or $676.67 total, let me know!
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Urge TN Reps to Vote Down Initiative to Ban All Mention of Homosexuality in Schools [Mar. 8th, 2009|11:38 am]
Middle Tennessee State University Students

The K-12 sub-committee in the Tennessee General Assembly is going to decide this Wednesday 3/11 whether to advance bill HB0821 which would ban all mention of homosexuality in schools. Many schools implement diversity training at age appropriate levels to teach kids respect for same-sex headed families, and educate about tolerance towards LGBT people.

Click here to send one email to ALL of the legislators on the committee and tell them to vote no on HB0821

More info at:
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MTV's True Life - Casting [Mar. 4th, 2009|02:07 pm]
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My name is Jennifer and I am a casting associate at MTV.  Right now we are casting for an upcoming episode of True Life.  For this episode, we are looking for people who are at odds with their parents for one reason or another.  Whether it is because of your major, relationships, or your lifestyle, MTV is interested in hearing your story.  I would also appreciate if you could pass it along to anyone else you may know.

You can email your situations to Parents@mtvnmix.com with their name, age, location, phone number, and recent photo.

Thanks, and feel free to message me with any questions
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Friday February 13: Traveling Fates LIVE in Hendersonville, TN [Feb. 8th, 2009|04:32 pm]
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Traveling Fates

Join us this weekend  near Murfreesboro!

The Traveling Fates are SJ Tucker, Ginger Doss, and Bekah Kelso, delivering a genre-hopping musical ride skirting the edges of alt-rock, americana, jazz, folk-hop, and mythpunk: three independent women weaving three strong voices together along one long highway.

Hop on 840 and join us on Friday night, February 13, 2009!

Doors open at 7:00pm at our House Concert in  Hendersonville, TN, 37075.

$8-$15 suggested donation: hors d'oeuvres provided by the hosts, BYOB.

To protect the privacy of our hosts, please RSVP to service at gbmojo dot com
for address and directions.

Sample solo tracks from the artists are available for your free enjoyment at travelingfates.com.

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RODP classes? [Jan. 11th, 2009|06:12 pm]
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I think this community is kind of dead, but I thought I'd try anyway.

I'm disabled, and it's become pretty much impossible for me to take classes on campus right now. I was looking at RODP classes, but I don't understand anything about them at all. I was hoping there might be someone in this community who might have experience with these types of classes who could help me out with a few questions?

How do I become enrolled in them and does my loan cover those kinds of classes?
Is it still 12 hours to equal full-time?
Do they start and stop at different dates than regular classes?
Do I ever have to go to campus at all?
Do they count towards regular majors (Is English Literature I the same as British Literature I, for example)?

If anyone can help, I'd really appreciate it.
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Anyone doing NaNoWriMo? [Oct. 4th, 2007|01:06 am]
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[mood |cheerfulcheerful]

Hey everyone! Just wanted to see if anyone here is doing National Novel Writing Month. I'm co-Municipal Liaison for the Nashville area, but I'm trying to get a Boro region set up for us.

In case you've never heard of it, (the official site), NaNo is a month-long international writing challenge where participants try to write a 50,000 word novel in 30 days. It's a lot of fun, very stressful, and extremely rewarding. If you want more info, please leave me a comment or email my campus mail, jlk4q@mtsu.edu.
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Native Students Organization? [Sep. 13th, 2007|10:37 am]
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[mood |hopefulhopeful]

Hey guys,

I'm not a student at MTSU, rather I attend UTK. We just started a Native American Students Association here and were wondering if something similar exists at MTSU. We're hoping to become "sister organizations" with other Native student orgs across the state. Thanks in advance for any help!
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Looking for like minded free thinkers [Sep. 11th, 2007|01:07 pm]
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[mood |hopefulhopeful]

Hey everyone, I just moved to the Nashville area not too long ago. I am looking for other like minded and dare I say it... Liberals, who are interested in making a difference in their city.  I have just started a community titled "Liberal Nashville". It will (hopefully) soon be a place for Nashvillians and those who choose to reside in the more affordable housing areas (like myself), to share ideas, organize, start petitions, debate, encourage free thought, and spread the values fearfully dubbed by conservatives as "Liberal Values". To include diversity, peace, care for the environment, creativity, free speech, right to privacy, freedom of choice, and equal rights to all just to name a few.

We already have a small community of activists spread throughout the city, I truly believe we can be a force of change if we connect and organize together.

I hope you join us in our pursuit for a better Nashville, a better Tennessee, a better U.S.A., and finally a better world. Where everyone can live without fear, without hate, and without suffering.

Thank you all.

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RIM Major [Jun. 25th, 2007|09:03 pm]
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Hi, Im new to this community and I just had a few really blunt questions to anyone who is or knows someone majoring in the Recording Industry. I plan to go into the music business subcore. It doesnt matter to me if I get a job in Nasvhille/New York/LA or if I come back home and start a business, so my questions are:

1. Is it really necessary to get a RIM degree in order to work at a label or would someone with a management/marketing degree be in just as much competition with you? If that's the case then I may just go with marketing..

2. How are the internships?

3. What else can you really do with this degre other than pray for a job at a record label or try to help your band friends further their careers (that was a joke)

I dont want to be negative, but I'm 23 and really had my heart set on coming to mtsu for this, but after reading all the negative comments toward anyone who even MENTIONS going into this degree I'm starting to have second thoughts...this was something I really looked forward to and knew I would be good at (considering my last major was business and made A's in almost every class)...so could someone, ANYONE give some kind of positive outlook on this major...or is everyone else just being honest??
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Looking for a job?? [May. 8th, 2007|02:49 pm]
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Hey everyone...

I am going to post this first on my personal journal and the out to the nashvillians and mtsu journals. My company is currently seeking a 2nd shift person, my old job. So, if anyone wants a new job or knows someone who wants a new job send me your/their resume. Yes, i complain about the job, but the job is stupid easy and if you just play by their rules, do your hours, and go home, then it could be a GREAT interm job while you are finishing school, or whatever. 

The hours are 3pm - 11pm, Mon-Fri. You basically talk to clients and medical transcriptionists, while watching reports run by. It does have hectic moments, and it is not completely idiot proof, but once you have it down it is easy. You will be in the office by yourself most of the time, with the exception of one MT, and myself on some days. So all you have to do is come and ask me if you have any questions. You do have some crazy ladies you have to call, but if you do your job you can spend the rest of the time study, surfing the web, whatever. Pay is not horrible considering the job, but not great either, it will be somewhere between $11ish-$15. Totally liveable considering you are pretty much a monkey on a stick.

So let me know if anyone wants to jump on this ...QUICK. Any type of medical experience with doctors and hospitals is a plus, ie Meditech, BOSTON, Mongoose, HIM, RAD knowledge, etc. etc.. Standard Microsoft experience, and the job requires ALOT of independence and self management. PLUS, you HAVE to come to work. This is NOT a job where you can take alot of time off, esp. in the beginning. They REALLY frown on people who are consistently absent, for whatever reason. You have to have a schedule where you are here.

I have worked here the entire time I have been at MTSU, done homework, studied, and typed countless papers at night, they don't care. And I will graduate at the end of this year. As long as you get your job done, they are happy. 

PS: The job is in the Elm Hill Pike area of Briley Parkway, near Century City.

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