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Story by Jonathan Sasser / Contributing Writer  With an outpouring of unusual musical tastes and genres existing under the easily accessible surface of popular music, it makes sense that such styles have formed fervent cult-like followings among listeners. In our “Getting Into It” series, we’ll explore some of these underground genres and talk about the …

Photo and story by Katrina Johnson / Contributing Writer The fashion world is finally answering calls for inclusive sizing options. While stores like Cato and Lane Bryant have remained notorious for their available plus-size clothing, the demand for more plus-size options is so high that just two retailers won’t cut it. Women deserve to feel …

Photo by David Chamberlain / MTSU Sidelines The Middle Tennessee State Blue Raiders (19-5, 11-1) played host to the University of Rice Owls (5-19, 2-9) Thursday night. Both teams got out to a fast start, but the Blue Raiders pulled away in the second half and grabbed a 94-75 win. Brandon Walters and Nick King …

The Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival, taking place June 7 through 10 in Manchester, Tennessee, revealed Thursday which acts will be performing on each of the festival’s four jam-packed days. The first day of the festival seems to hold off on any big-name headliners, but instead features a handful of smaller acts in a sort …

Photo by Andrew Wigdor / MTSU Sidelines Last Tuesday, Jan. 30, 2018, Rep. John DeBerry introduced a controversial bill that proposed a ban on fraternities and sororities on Tennessee campuses. Since the bill’s introduction, DeBerry has said that the legislation was misunderstood and that the ban was simply the “start of a conversation.” MTSU Greek …