By E.R. West Editor-in-chief The SGA proposed a resolution in tonight’s last caucus meeting of the semester to host a town hall meeting with university and community members to discuss the university’s name change. This would be the third time in five years that a resolution has been brought up in the SGA senate to …

By Mychal Wilson Staff writer President McPhee presented ten key points for increasing the retention rate at the university in a town hall meeting this week. The number of graduates is down to 51 to 52 percent, down from 56.1 percent three to four years ago. Although retention has fallen, it is still above the …

By Daniel Jansouzian Assistant News Editor The university’s English department has been hardest hit by recent budget cuts, losing four positions as a result of declining university enrollment and less state funding. Enrollment figures have consistently diminished through the last two years, putting pressure on the university to make cuts somewhere, according to Mark Byrnes, …

By Jonathon Austin and Zach Chadwick Contributing writers Flight students across the country are grappling with new federal regulations that strikingly increase the minimum number of flight hours required to earn a license to fly commercial aircraft. Middle Tennessee State University aerospace students, however, will largely not be affected due to changes in curriculum, according …

By Taylor Davis Assistant News Editor I’m sad to say I belong to a world that has not learned from its past atrocities. We create wars by our own prejudices and choose to ignore the personal freedoms that are supposed to be inalienable rights to every person. Recent Tennessee legislation brings to light those familiar …

By Robert Allen Opinions Editor Flashy marketing, great sound bites and glittery campaign taglines is all you’ll find behind the Student Government Association’s (SGA) push to pass its Five Four Six legislation. The plan is filled with fluff and political pandering backed by few facts, poor planning and reactionary behavior. It’s not a response to …