By Blake Jennings The James Walker Library delivered an undead welcome to swarms of freshman this past weekend. The typically prestigious building was overrun with zombified librarians, student zombie-hunters and hundreds of unsuspecting victims from 6-9 pm this past Labor Day. Called “Night of the Walker Dead”, the event served as a fun, bloody welcome, featuring …

By Natalie Shipley Assistant Lifestyles Editor Lightning 100’s free concert series Live on the Green in Nashville continued its second week on Thursday night, filling the lawn of Public Square Park with an estimated 20,000 people for a three-band onslaught of music to fit all tastes. The evening’s shows began with gritty southern rock, transitioned to electro-pop …

Lightning 100 Radio started hosting its free concert series on Aug. 14 at Public Square Park in downtown Nashville. Next week, The Head and Heart will headline on Aug. 21.

Written by Trenton Duffer Staff Writer Lady Raider head coach Rick Insell made an announcement on Wednesday that made a lot of Blue Raider fans quite excited for next season. He announced that MTSU was hiring former MT women’s basketball assistant Tom Hodges back as the new assistant coach. Hodges was at MT from 2005-2010 …

Written by Sidelines Staff Report Emily West Editor-in-chief   You have college at your fingertips. You can major and do anything. Never take 18 hours, ever; take a class just for fun; cherish the time with your friends; make older friends. Never let your age stop you from getting involved. Don’t take yourself too seriously, …