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Photo and Story by Connor Burnard / Contributing Writer  On Tuesday afternoon, MTSU Fraternity and Sorority Life finalized its donation of 5,343 food items and $743.13 to the MTSU Student Food Pantry. The donation came as a part of MTSU Greek Week, an annual celebration of Greek life on MTSU’s campus. Members of the Greek …

Photo Courtesy of Middle Tennessee State University Story by Tim Jenkins / Staff Writer “I’m pretty sure everybody’s lost at this point. They’re still trying to figure out what they’re trying to do,” said Zakk Sengaroun, who will be graduating with a degree in microbiology in May. For many college students, graduation is the beginning …

Photo by Tyler Lamb / Sports Editor Behind two solid pitching performances by Cori Jennings and Gretchen Greer, the Middle Tennessee Blue Raiders added two wins to their record against the Alabama A&M Bulldogs at the Blue Raider Softball field in Murfreesboro, extending their winning streak to four straight games. For game one, Middle Tennessee …

Photo by Tyler Lamb / Sports Editor Middle Tennessee was able to snatch a victory Tuesday night, snapping a four game skid. The Blue Raiders defeated the Tennessee Tech Golden Eagles (30-13, 16-2) in Cookeville by a score of 18-7 to improve to 20-21 on the year. With the victory over their former Ohio Valley Conference …

Photo Courtesy of Andy Heidt / MTSU News  MTSU President Sidney A. McPhee and retired Lt. Gen. Keith M. Huber took part in a tandem parachute jump Tuesday after being invited to participate by the Golden Knights, the United States Army’s precision parachute demonstration team, due to MTSU’s previous and ongoing commitment to veterans. At around …

Photo by Steve Barnum / Staff Writer  Professional poet, Anthony McPherson, hosted the Men and Feminism Workshop on Monday to discuss men’s role in feminism, modern chivalry and the dismantling of rape culture. In an interview with Sidelines, McPherson explained that he wanted to aim the workshop at men due to their patriarchal powers. Because …