Sororities and fraternities at MTSU passed out candy on Oct. 30 for trick or treaters.

Taylor Swift’s new album 1989 is the singer’s first official venture into pop music. The 13-track release shows no hint of her country roots, with synthesizer melodies and a deeper sound to her normally high-pitched voice. The first single to be released was “Shake it Off,” the most upbeat song on the album.  The song …

Nashville is now home to Delinquent Debutantes, the city’s first official burlesque studio. The studio, located on Charlotte Avenue, is equipped with full-length mirrors, dance bars and glamorous photographs of performers adorning its magenta walls. The studio’s grand opening, hosted by headmistress Freya West, was held earlier this month and showcased some of the city’s most …

American Horror Story is back for a fourth season, this time around dubbed “Freak Show,” starring its repertoire actors in addition to some new faces. If you’ve never seen AHS, each season has a completely different storyline but uses many of the same actors, something largely unseen in modern television. This season is set in 1952 …

Journalist Harry Rosenfeld, who served as managing editor at The Washington Post during the Watergate scandal, spoke to more than 60 students at MTSU about topics covered in his book, “From Kristallnacht to Watergate: Memoirs of a Newspaperman” Wednesday evening in the Business and Aerospace Building. Rosenfeld, 84, whose family escaped from Nazi Germany when he was …

Alberto Gonzales, the former attorney general during the presidency of George W. Bush, will speak at MTSU on Thursday, Sept. 25 in the Simmons Amphitheater of the Paul. W. Martin Sr. Honors Building. Gonzales, the Dean of Belmont University College of Law, will speak about law school and the legal profession from 1:00 p.m. t0 …