Historic Clothing Collection: A firsthand exploration of history through fashion

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A campus divided: Why students continue to protest a Koch-funded MTSU institute

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Former student media worker charged with sexual battery; pretended to be enrolled at MTSU

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Nashville journalist recounts viewing of execution amidst increased scheduling of Tennessee capital punishment

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Photo courtesy of MT Solidarity Since the establishment of MTSU’s Political Economy Research Institute, students and faculty have rallied against it due to a connection to the Charles Koch Foundation, which, they say, has been known to dispense money in exchange for political power and influence. The PERI was established in late 2016 with the …

Story, photo and video by Megan Cole / Assistant News Editor  Kevin Martin walked into the courtroom on the sixth floor of the Rutherford County Judicial Center wearing faded gray jeans, a purple T-shirt, black Nike’s and a black hooded coat. While waiting for his case to be called, he repeatedly looked down at his …

Photos and story by Joseph Choi / Contributing Writer  MTSU’s Eta Psi chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha began their first toy drive this week. They have partnered with the Salvation Army to benefit 14 children, aged six months to 13 years old. The members said that they felt a toy drive, although small, would make a significant …

MTSU Police officers responded to a fight in progress on the quad, the area between the Walker Library and Business and Areospace Building, on Tuesday, Nov. 27 at approximately 7:48 p.m. Upon arrival, officers made contact with an MTSU student. The student said he was approached by several individuals on the quad and that these …

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Men’s Basketball: Blue Raiders drop fifth straight game in blowout loss at Vanderbilt

Football: Aftermath of critical penalty that defined the C-USA Championship

Football: Redzone woes doom MTSU in C-USA Championship

Women’s Basketball Weekly Roundup: Lady Raiders bounce back from slow start to begin Thanksgiving week, win 3 in a row

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Photos by Sydney Wagner / Lifestyles Editor  The McWherter Learning Resources Center looks like any other building on campus. Inside its walls, it houses the MTSU Textiles, Merchandising and Design Department. After 3 p.m., its hallways, where design sketches hang, are relatively bare and quiet. However, tucked away in the corner of studio 207 are …

Photos and story by Joseph Choi / Contributing Writer  MTSU’s Eta Psi chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha began their first toy drive this week. They have partnered with the Salvation Army to benefit 14 children, aged six months to 13 years old. The members said that they felt a toy drive, although small, would make a significant …

Photos and story by John Lane / Contributing Writer On Sunday night, MTSU’s College of Liberal Arts sponsored the community event, “Joys of the Season,” a holiday-themed art showcase held at Tucker Theatre. Now in its fourth year, performances ranged from scenes from “The Nutcracker” and music performed by student chorales and ensembles to a reading …

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