Photo courtesy of Stones River National Battlefield If you’ve ever wanted a more in-depth look at local Murfreesboro history, now is your chance to experience that while getting in some exercise. This Saturday, and every Saturday until the end of October, the Stones River National Battlefield is offering a free bike tour of the area. The …

Photo courtesy of WordPress  Since Murfreesboro is a college town, it’s home to thousands of students looking for something to do with their friends. It’s more than likely that your friend group is tired of doing the same ritual every night after class, and is confined to activities that are wallet-friendly. If that’s the case, …

Sidelines cover image by Samantha Wycoff/ Design Editor This playlist contains some explicit music. As you may have seen around campus, Sidelines has released our first edition of the semester– and it’s all about sex. We cover a variety of subjects, from the gender pay gap to transgender accommodations on campus. A fact that came …

Photo courtesy of Bonnie Tinsley Mother Teresa was canonized as a saint by Pope Francis on Sept. 4.  She is often discussed with mythical admiration; though she’s a part of recent history, very few people in the world met her during her lifetime. Her canonization comes just 19 years after her death. While many question the …

Photo by Olivia Ladd/ Lifestyles Editor  Last night, indie rockers, Car Seat Headrest, and the quirky 70’s-style pop band The Lemon Twigs came to Mercy Lounge in Nashville. What followed was a sold-out show that proved these artists live up to their hype and Music City’s charm is alive and well. The Lemon Twigs took …

Photo by Olivia Ladd/MTSU Sidelines The WMOT 89.5/Roots Radio station launched this morning with a live kickoff event and marked the beginning of the new Americana music programming. MTSU’s station, WMOT, partnered with Music City Roots to convert the channel from jazz to Americana– inclusive of country, bluegrass, gospel and more. The event, which was live-broadcasted …