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Photo and story by Micaela Griffin / Contributing Writer On Thursday, an audience gathered to see Ethan Phillips, The Schwa, Exiled to Earth and Ill Spector at Bonhoeffer’s in Murfreesboro. Ethan Phillips headed the evening’s lineup—just a man and his guitar—and played a good mix of covers and classic covers. The Cookeville native recently transferred …

Photo and story by Savannah Meade / Contributing Writer  Keven Lewis, an MTSU liberal arts master’s student, provided the “Tennovation Keynote” address for the LGBT+ College Conference at the James Union Building Thursday. The address was based on a paper that Lewis wrote at MTSU, which is titled “Standing on Holy Ground: An Argument for …

Photo and story by Isong Maro / Contributing Writer Middle Tennessee State University students flocked to Murphy Center in the bunches for this year’s traditional spring semester concert, put on by SPARE. The slated headliners were new-wave rappers Lil Yachty and Blackbear. The headlining performances were preceded by an MTSU student hip-hop artist going by the …

Photos and story by Bailey Wilson / Contributing Writer The MTSU Health Education Research Program and other sponsors are hosting “What Were You Wearing?” exhibits in four locations on campus to kick off Sexual Assault Awareness Month. The exhibits opened on Monday, April 2 and will stay open until Friday, April 6. The Business and …

Photo courtesy of Biography.com  Story by Rachael Anne Keisling / Contributing Writer  Civil rights activist Leslie McLemore and Southwest Minnesota State University professor Jeff Kolnick reflected on the legacy that Martin Luther King Jr. left behind in the Business and Aerospace Building State Farm Room on Thursday. The presentation covered King’s college graduation, involvement with …