Representatives from 100 employers and 20 graduate schools came to the Student Union Building Thursday for MTSU’s 32nd annual career fair. The fair offered students a chance to network and share resumés with local businesses. Some students, like senior Paige Watlington, found the helpful because the employers were “not intimidating.” Other students, however, felt that the …

Diane Fox’s UnNatural History photography exhibit opened Monday in the Baldwin Photographic Gallery, located in the John Bragg Mass Communication Building. The exhibit features photographs of animal displays from taxidermy shops and natural history museums around the world. These photographs are designed to address the distance between animals and humans. Each photo in the exhibit is a portrait …

On Wednesday, a group of around 40 people gathered in Murfreesboro to spread awareness about the exceptionally high incidence of suicide among veterans. Matthew O’Dell, owner of Reveille Joe Coffee Co., started organizing monthly gatherings on the square in August. On the 22nd of each month, the group stands and holds handmade signs that memorialize …

Anti-violence advocate Tony Porter spoke in the James Union Building for a speech about the role of men in stopping violence on women Tuesday evening. Porter is the founder of the Call to Men organization and has spoken to men in the NFL, NBA and universities across the country. Approximately 15 percent of men in …

MTSU’s Honors College continued their fall lecture series on Monday with a speech on prison, security, and the rights of prisoners in “Supermax” security prisons by Ronald G. Turner, an attorney who has worked with the Tennessee Department of Corrections. Supermax, Turner explain, are those prisons intended for “the worst of the worst.” However, due …

On Wednesday morning, more than three hundred people gathered in the atrium of the new Science Building for the ribbon-cutting ceremony during the building’s grand opening. Among those present were MTSU President Sidney McPhee, Governor Bill Haslam and keynote speaker, senior general sciences major, Kenneth Ball. After more than a decade in-the-works, the $147 million building is home to new …