TSU president James Hefner has admitted that he is not, in fact, a member of either the National Geographic Society or the American Automobile Association.
"Those listings were just mistakes," Hefner said last week. I look at National Geographic magazine frequently in doctors' office waiting rooms, and I just got mixed up and thought I was a member. And I used to be in AAA, but now I just call a state employee if I need a tow. These were honest oversights."
The removal of the National Geographic Society and AAA memberships from his résumé follow similar removals of Mensa, Sam's Club and the Bread and Co. Frequent Luncher's Club after reporters raised questions.
Cumberland to offer "Mouse CSI" course
Cumberland University in Lebanon has received a $2 million grant from Cracker Barrel Old Country Stores Inc., also based in Lebanon, to equip a laboratory to perform autopsies on mice.
"It's just like on CSI, only tinier," says university president Harvill C. Eaton.
"This will allow students to learn about how to determine the cause of death for, say, a mouse found in a bowl of soup," which is a valuable skill in today's job marketespecially in Lebanon, Eaton adds.
Sidney McPhee Dance Studios
to open doors in Murfreesboro
MTSU president Sidney McPhee has announced plans to open a dance studio in Murfreesboro.
"I enjoy dancing, and people say I'm a pretty good dancer myself," he says. McPhee has rented a former Exxon station north of MTSU and is having it remodeled with a sound system and a wall or mirror in the former bays. "I can't wait to have students coming in here on Saturday mornings for some relaxing fun," he says.
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