Photo by Emily Austin / Sidelines Archive In an effort to create a better quality environment for fitness, the MTSU Recreation Center has started off the spring semester with some recent improvements to their facilities including new equipment, classes and a fitness app. If you’re thinking of going to use the new features in the …

Photo courtesy of Riviera Beach Police Department  The hearing for former Middle Tennessee State University history professor Dr. James Huhta has been set for Sept. 13 at 8:30 at the main courthouse in West Palm Beach, Florida. James Huhta was arrested in May for the alleged murder of his wife, Mary Huhta. The couple was …

MTSU updated two policies over the summer regarding animals on university property and weapons on campus. The university approved and updated a policy concerning pets on campus in June. The updated policy states that no pets are allowed to live in residential facilities except fish contained in aquariums no larger than 10 gallons. Dogs are allowed …

Photo by John Connor Coulston // Sidelines Archive  Beginning this fall, student parking permits will no longer need to be changed out yearly. Instead, they will be good for up to three years, as long as the student is currently enrolled in classes. The replacement fee for lost or stolen parking passes has been changed to …

Photo courtesy of MTSU News  The Tennessee Board of Regents has approved Alan R. Thomas as MTSU’s vice president for business and finance, as announced by President Sidney A. McPhee on Tuesday. Thomas, who has served in an interim position since January, began working at MTSU in 1990 as associate vice president for business and …

Police responded to an aggravated burglary early Monday morning at Westbury Farm Apartments. Upon arrival, police spoke with the two male victims involved and learned that the two men were playing X-box when a black male dressed in all black entered the apartment and demanded money. As the first victim was gathering his money, the …