Boom. The explosion from the detonated underwater mine blew a hole in the ship and split it in two. The LST-523, a 328-foot-long, brand-new American ship that was less than a year old, began to immediately sink. On top of the deck, four men were sitting inside the cab of a transport truck. The boat …

A sexual assault was reported late Monday night on Middle Tennessee State University’s campus, in the Davis Science Building parking lot. MTSU issued a statement Tuesday afternoon detailing the account to alert students of the incident. According to the statement published on the university’s Facebook page and sent out in a campus-wide email, the alleged …

Story by Megan Cole / Staff Writer Photo Courtesy of MT Athletic Communications  Many say they will miss his smile, how friendly he was or his willingness to help anyone who needed it. Family, friend, and teammate, Brandon Archer’s legacy at MTSU lives on. Archer passed away on Monday, September 2nd in a tragic drowning …

Story and Photo by Megan Cole/MTSU Seigenthaler News Service With a stripped down set and little to no special effects, Hozier’s powerful vocals and talented band were the only sparks needed to light a fire at the What Stage Saturday night. He stepped out wearing a blue button down, black vest, and dark glasses waved …

Story by Megan Cole/MTSU Seigenthaler News Service Photos by Tyler Lamb/MTSU Seigenthaler News Service As soon as Childish Gambino stepped onto the What Stage at Bonnaroo Friday night, fans erupted after seeing his wide grin and one-of-a-kind stage presence. Wearing white pants, no shirt and half braided hair, Gambino danced his way across the stage …

Story and Photos by Megan Cole/MTSU Seigenthaler News Service Scott and Seth Avett brought the What Stage down with banjos, fiddles and kazoos in front of thousands. The brothers have played music together since they were children, creating their own style and sound. Their folksy and Americana roots brought a different vibe to the stages …