A red stole rests on the back of a chair in the Sam H. Ingram Building’s MT Center before the annual MTSU Faculty-Staff Veterans Stole Ceremony Wednesday, Nov. 10. The stoles were given to MTSU faculty and staff who have served or continue to serve in any U.S. military branches. The stoles can be worn during any future MTSU commencement ceremonies or stole ceremonies. (MTSU photo by Andy Heidt)

A red stole rests on the back of a chair in the Sam H. Ingram Building’s MT Center before the annual MTSU Faculty-Staff Veterans Stole Ceremony Wednesday, Nov. 10. The stoles were given to MTSU faculty and staff who have served or continue to serve in any U.S. military branches. The stoles can be worn during any future MTSU commencement ceremonies or stole ceremonies. (MTSU photo by Andy Heidt)

A red stole rests on the back of a chair in the Sam H. Ingram Building’s MT Center before the annual MTSU Faculty-Staff Veterans Stole Ceremony Wednesday, Nov. 10. The stoles were given to MTSU faculty and staff who have served or continue to serve in any U.S. military branches. The stoles can be worn during any future MTSU commencement ceremonies or stole ceremonies. (MTSU photo by Andy Heidt)

A red stole rests on the back of a chair in the Sam H. Ingram Building’s MT Center before the annual MTSU Faculty-Staff Veterans Stole Ceremony Wednesday, Nov. 10. The stoles were given to MTSU faculty and staff who have served or continue to serve in any U.S. military branches. The stoles can be worn during any future MTSU commencement ceremonies or stole ceremonies. (MTSU photo by Andy Heidt)