Photo Courtesy of Flickr Students, faculty and other professionals gathered Wednesday evening to hear from a panel of doctors, police,and social workers tasked with describing the causes of gang violence in communities. The Symposium on Gang Violence Reduction was hosted by MT Engage and held in the Student Union Parliamentary Room. The session began with Dr. Carter Smith, …

Photo courtesy of Flickr Story and video by Andrew Wigdor / Assistant News Editor and Stephen Barnum / Contributing Writer Students and citizens in the workforce alike have seen an unfortunate dilemma in 2016. Registered and capable voters remain uncertain on who to vote for come November. Many have claimed that neither Donald Trump nor …

Photo by Sarah Grace Taylor/ Sidelines Archive  On September 11, we will pay our respects to the thousands of American men and women who lost their lives in the terrorist attacks now 15 years ago. The following memorial events are being held in Nashville and Murfreesboro: 9/11 Memorial Stair Climb in Nashville– On Sunday, Sept. 11 at 9 …

Photo courtesy of Flickr Finally, the 2016 presidential debates have been scheduled, and the moderators have been assigned. The debates are planned and scheduled by the Commission on Presidential Debates with goals of providing watchers with accurate information and to oversee the production of the debates. Without further ado, here is the complete schedule for the …

Photo by Andrew Wigdor/MTSU Sidelines The Wesley Foundation at Middle Tennessee State University has introduced new leadership, Rev. John Weaver and the Rev. Michelle Ozier-Wallace, into the folds of Methodist campus ministry. As of the fall 2016 semester, Weaver began his responsibilities as Director and Wallace as Associate Director. Michelle Ozier-Wallace, an Auburn Alumni, started her journey …

Photo courtesy of Flickr By now, you’ve probably figured out that 2016 has been a banner year for politics. Between name-calling amongst candidates and the endless list of hot-button topics, there is quite a bit to catch up on since last semester. For those of you who ditched politics for pool parties and beach trips in the last …