Photo and story by Emily Blalock / Contributing Writer Students filled room 103 of the Bragg Building on Tuesday night to hear Gloria Baker Feinstein’s lecture about her photographic work. The event began at 6:30 p.m. and was followed by a reception in the Baldwin Photographic Gallery, where her work is displayed. Feinstein’s lecture was …

Photo courtesy of civilrightsmuseum.org Story by Janecia Gales / Contributing Writer On Tuesday, students and teachers alike made their way into the College of Education building for a screening of the film, “The Rape of Recy Taylor.” The film, about a black woman who was raped by six white men in 1944, captures the horrors …

Photo and story by Matthew Olson / Contributing writer MTSU’s Red Cross Club ran their bi-annual blood drive Monday night in honor of Valentine’s Day week on the third floor of the KUC. When asked about the goal of the campus blood drive, Metin Yasin, the president of the Red Cross Club said, ”There is …

Photo and story by Seth Whitehead/ Contributing Writer On Monday, MTSU’s Alpha Kappa Psi Professional Business Fraternity held “The Social Hour,” a networking event Monday night at the Tom Jackson Memorial Building, allowing students to connect with local entrepreneurs and discuss entrepreneurship in the African American community. “This is the social hour,” said the event …

Photos and Story by Makayla Boling / Contributing Writer MTSU student Ryan Cluff debuted his EP, entitled “Life/Sleep,” at The Laundry Room, a local music venue, Saturday. Cluff was accompanied by fellow musicians Henry Paul MacAfee and Alyse Morgan. MacAfee opened the show with a smooth, moody performance of both original and cover songs, while …

Photo Courtesy of GRAMMY.com Story by Aaliyah Johnson / Contributing Writer  The 61st annual Grammy Awards ceremony was nothing short of exciting. With an array of different artists giving out stunning performances, there was no doubt that Sunday night would be extraordinary. The night started off with Grammy nominee Camila Cabello’s colorful and explosive performance …