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MTSU’s Center for Popular Music Launches American Music Manuscripts Website

Middle Tennessee State University’s Center for Popular Music has completed a groundbreaking digitization project to launch its new American Vernacular Music Manuscripts website. Hundreds of American music manuscripts from the 1730s to 1910 are available online for the first time at http://popmusic.mtsu.edu/ManuscriptMusic.

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Food TV Could Be Harmful to Your Health

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Women who watched food television and cooked frequently from scratch had a higher body-mass-index, or BMI – weighing on average 10 more pounds – than those who obtained information from sources like family and friends, magazines and newspapers, or cooking classes. Women who watched food television but didn’t cook from scratch failed to see their viewing habits translate to a higher BMI.

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Rock and Scroll: York Lecturer’s Punk Rock Band Informs Teaching

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Rock and scroll: York lecturer’s punk rock band informs teaching.

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Actresses Must Be Picky About With Whom They Work to Survive in Movie Industry

Actresses need to be pickier than men about with whom they work if they want to survive in the movie industry, suggests a new study.

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Creighton Undergrad Discovers Lost Manuscript

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Cole Crawford, a senior English and computer science major at Creighton University, discovered a long lost poem manuscript by 19th-century Scottish poet Robert Tannahill.

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Baldwin Wallace University Launches Country’s First Arts Management and Entrepreneurship Major

A newly evolved Arts Management and Entrepreneurship program integrates the artistic, business and entrepreneurship education that best prepares students for career success.

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“Still Alice” Victory a Victory for Alzheimer’s Awareness

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Film Expert Discusses Gender Bias in Hollywood, 2015 Oscar Nominees

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‘Flicker: Your Brain on Movies’

Why do so many of us cry at the movies? Why do we flinch when Rocky Balboa takes a punch? What’s really happening in our brains as we immerse ourselves in the lives being acted out on screen? These are the questions that Washington University in St. Louis neuroscientist Jeffrey M. Zacks, PhD, explores in his new book, “Flicker: Your Brain on Movies.”

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Can Neuroscience Make Movies Worthy of the #Oscars?