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MTSU students ‘Meet Murfreesboro’ businesses, community

New and returning MTSU students, faculty and staff have one additional opportunity to “Meet Murfreesboro.”

Day 2 of Meet Murfreesboro — the New Student and Family Programs Week of Welcome event to partner local businesses, restaurants, banks, ministries and others with students, faculty and staff — will be held from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 26, in the Student Union Commons.

Students have opportunities to earn prizes, receive free food and water and learn what’s beyond campus borders with Murfreesboro’s businesses and other organizations that registered to attend this year.

Day 1 of Meet Murfreesboro was held Aug. 25.

— Randy Weiler (Randy.Weiler@mtsu.edu)

MTSU seniors Ala El-Assuli, left, holding nachos and cheese, and Dana Albawab of Murfreesboro share a laugh with Christiana, Tenn.-based Believers' Faith Fellowship pastor Jason Scales, second from right, and church music director Joshua Jamerson Aug. 25 during "Meet Murfreesboro" in the Student Union Commons. El Assuli is a special education major originally from Dubai while Albawab is a finance/insurance major originally from Jordan. A Week of Welcome event, Meet Murfreesboro will run from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 26. (MTSU photos by Randy Weiler)

MTSU seniors Ala El-Assuli, left, holding nachos and cheese, and Dana Albawab of Murfreesboro joke with Christiana, Tenn.-based Believers’ Faith Fellowship pastor Jason Scales, second from right, and church music director Joshua Jamerson Aug. 25 during “Meet Murfreesboro” in the Student Union Commons. El Assuli is a special education major originally from Dubai while Albawab is a finance/insurance major originally from Jordan. A Week of Welcome event, Meet Murfreesboro will run from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 26. (MTSU photos by Randy Weiler)

Attending the annual "Meet Murfreesboro" Aug. 25 in the MTSU Student Union Commons, seniors Hillary Keel, left, of Dover, Tenn., and Alannah Keele of Manchester, Tenn., follow Lisa Wilson's registration instructions at the Bed, Bath & Beyond table. Keel is an accounting major while Keele is a marketing major.

Attending the annual “Meet Murfreesboro” Aug. 25 in the MTSU Student Union Commons, seniors Hillary Keel, left, of Dover, Tenn., and Alannah Keele of Manchester, Tenn., follow Lisa Wilson’s registration instructions at the Bed, Bath & Beyond table. Keel is an accounting major,and Keele is a marketing major.

Natalie Hughes, right, business development officer with Ascend Federal Credit Union in Murfreesboro, hands out blue-and-white shakers to students attending "Meet Murfreesboro" Aug. 25 in the Student Union Commons. Students include, from left, Brittney Williams, a sophomore child development and family studies major from Maury City, Tenn.; sisters Elizabeth and Miriam Kash, respective business and sociology majors from Murfreesboro; and freshman Allie Cudd, an elementary education major from Chattanooga, Tenn.

Natalie Hughes, right, business development officer with Ascend Federal Credit Union in Murfreesboro, hands out blue-and-white shakers to students attending “Meet Murfreesboro” Aug. 25 in the Student Union Commons. Students include, from left, Brittney Williams, a sophomore child development and family studies major from Maury City, Tenn.; sisters Elizabeth and Miriam Kash, respective business and sociology majors from Murfreesboro; and freshman Allie Cudd, an elementary education major from Chattanooga, Tenn.

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