Graphic by Abigail Potter / MTSU Sidelines  Our managing editor Marissa Gaston sat down with MTSU Professor of Theater Jette Halladay, who not only teaches a popular storytelling class on campus, but is also a founding member of BoroTellers, a local storytelling group made up of about five people. Before Murfreesboro had all the trappings …

From the very first track, Kesha’s comeback album “Rainbow” is clearly different from anything she’s made before. At first glance, one might assume that intro track “Bastards” will be some punchy, confident song about boys, self-love or all-nighters like “Your Love Is My Drug,” “Cannibal” and “Warrior,” the songs that introduced her last three releases, …

Photo Courtesy of YouTube Story by Tayhlor Stephenson / Staff Writer If the collective sigh of an entire generation wasn’t enough, Disney’s Club Penguin officially shut down Wednesday. But, when one door closes another opens in its place, right? At least that’s the case for these virtual penguins and their world of animation. While the original …

Photos by Wes McIntyre / Contributing Photographer Story by Wes McIntyre / Contributing Writer Twenty-three years later and Tarantino’s hit “Pulp Fiction” still stands relevant, as a modest number of students braved the rainy weather at midnight Saturday to watch the cult classic. The movie screening was held in the KUC Theater and hosted by MT …

Photo Courtesy of ScreenRant.com Story by Tayhlor Stephenson / Staff Writer Want to find out more on the newly released Beauty and the Beast? Well be our guest, be our guest, put our service to the test. In a remake of the classic 1991 tale, Disney delivered a sense of magic that couldn’t possibly be found …

Photo by Silas Vassar III via Devin Matthews Story by Shorin Estell / Staff Writer Graduates are usually afraid of what is to come after college. The final coddling stage in life has ended, and many feel unsure. Student loans become an actual thing, and they make you think long and hard about whether or not …