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Photo by Darius Horton / MTSU Sidelines The Middle Tennessee Blue Raiders (14-11) made a short trek over to Nashville to take on in-state foe Belmont on Tuesday. In their most dominant win of the season, the Raiders never trailed outside of the first inning in the game and used a nine-run second inning to propel them …

Photo by David Chamberlain / MTSU Sidelines The Middle Tennessee Blue Raiders softball team (23-10) beat the Tennessee State Tigers (3-29)  7-1 in a big victory on Tuesday night in at Blue Raider Softball Field. The Blue Raiders scored seven runs on 12 hits in the game, while TSU scored only one run on six hits. …

Story by Jessica Knoble / Contributing Writer Pilgrimage Music and Cultural Festival has only been around for three years but has grown to be one of middle Tennessee’s largest and most anticipated music festivals year-round. Entering its fourth year, the two-day festival in historic Franklin, TN, will take place September 22-23. This year’s 2018 lineup …

Photos and story by Cabarrius Frierson / Contributing Writer The MTSU Panhellenic Council hosted their annual Easter egg hunt for Murfreesboro children and families Sunday on MTSU President Sidney McPhee’s lawn. Over 300 local children gathered on the lawn to hunt eggs and enjoy the Easter season. “This event is kind of rewarding for us …

Photo and story by Daniel Shaw-Remeta / Contributing Writer Amy Sayward, the executive director of the Society for Historians of American Foreign Relations and an MTSU history professor, gave a lecture on refining American values in the world spotlight and the intersection between foreign and domestic policy in the U.S. during the Cold War on …

Photos by Krystal Loritts / Contributing writer MTSU students grooved to live music at Waxface Records’ 70s-themed party on Saturday. The record shop hosted a live show with two bands, Daylight Sinners and Garden of Eden. Both groups played original music that gave off a 70s vibe. The loud bass, suggestive lyrics and long hair …