As a sophomore in public relations and minor in marketing, Madison Tracy believes she’s the best person for the job as SGA vice president of marketing. Currently a senator at large, Tracy represents the student body as a whole and also serves on the external affairs committee. That has given her experience looking over campus …

Current attorney general for SGA, Caleb Gray, is running for executive vice president with the goal to help senators lobby state legislature. As attorney general, the junior political science and communication studies major heard student appeals for traffic violations and took the role further to advocate for students on behalf of parking issues. His current …

From the small town of Morristown, Tennessee, Chance Cansler, junior economics major, came to MTSU with 27 credit hours and ready to make a difference on his campus. That’s why he’s now running for SGA president. Cansler served on freshman council his first year of college and took a break from SGA his second year to …

If elected vice president of marketing, sophomore marketing major Daniel Stiles plans to rely on word-of-mouth promotions along with social media. Stiles hopes that his experience with web and graphic design, along with being a manager at Phazer Kraze Laser Tag in Murfreesboro, will give him the necessary credentials to be elected for the position. …

Lindsey Pierce, junior behavioral and health sciences major, hopes to make history by becoming the fourth woman to hold the title of SGA president at MTSU. If president, she wants to make a wider representation of SGA and reach more students. “One main goal of mine is to connect the three main areas on MTSU’s …

Kasim Hafeez, a member of the the advisory board for StandWithUs in the UK,  spoke on how he went from a “Jew hating, Muslim-extremist” to “Muslim Zionist” at a lecture in which Palestinian students spoke out about his views, ending with debate and the students walking out Tuesday night. After Hafeez’s lecture on why became …