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Photo courtesy of Flickr Contributions by Cassie Newman / Contributing Writer The spring semester is well underway, and it’s only a matter of time before the stress of college becomes overwhelming. Don’t worry, though, because if you’re searching for a fun spin on a well-known relaxation practice, Nashville’s “Shenanigoats” is here to comfort. Shenanigoats combines …

Story by Mamie Lomax / Contributing Writer The Minnesotan family trio, Tiny Moving Parts, released their fourth full-length album, “Swell,” on Friday, sending hopeless, emo-romantics like myself into a frenzy. Tiny Moving Parts is known for their consistent music approach; emo-revival with undertones of math-rock, alternative, indie rock, and, something that past albums “Pleasant Living” …

Those who want to make the argument that rock music is dead will have a hard time proving it upon listening to Ty Segall’s colossal testament to the ’70s most iconic sounds, “Freedom’s Goblin.” In past years, Segall established himself as the face of the modern garage-rock scene with a plethora of independent releases churned …

Story by Hannah Adams / Contributing Writer In 1969, the radio station WMOT came into being within the confines of Middle Tennessee State University. What started out as student radio, however, quickly turned toward more professional horizons. Although this was great news for cities such as Nashville, it did leave a hole for the students …

Photo courtesy of Army News Retired Lt. Gen. Keith Huber was sitting next to his wife on Sept. 19, 2017, when the pain struck his chest. He was attending a fundraising event, hosted by Charlie and Hazel Daniels, for which the MTSU Military and Veterans Center on campus is named. In fact, the retired general, …