Photos and story by Joseph Choi / Contributing Writer  MTSU’s Eta Psi chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha began their first toy drive this week. They have partnered with the Salvation Army to benefit 14 children, aged six months to 13 years old. The members said that they felt a toy drive, although small, would make a significant …

Photos and story by Caryn Tramel / Contributing Writer  Catfeine, a Murfreesboro cat cafe, hosted a pop-up event Saturday at Cultivate Coworking to celebrate being one step closer to opening a permanent location. The event offered a one-hour session with cats, local baked goods from Olive Branch Bakery and coffee from Just Love for those …

Photo courtesy of Revolt Story by Isong Maro / Contributing Writer Philadelphia artist Meek Mill’s has released his fourth studio album, titled “Championships.” The album follows his mixtape (EP) released earlier this year, “Legends of the Summer,” and both projects come off the back of his well publicized run-in with the law that saw him incarcerated …

Photo and story by Toriana Williams / Contributing Writer In 1996, Amy Grimes’ life changed for the better. For most of her life, Grimes, a Murfreesboro business owner, has had to deal with the misfortune of chronic pain. “Living with chronic pain is horrible. I made it to work every day, but then I would …

Photos and story by Travis Cameron / Contributing Writer This year MTSU’s agritourism class hosted their second annual Christmas Village Saturday in the Tennessee Livestock Center, featuring Santa and MTSU farm animals. Aside from the small entry fee, visitors could donate three nonperishable food items to get in, and the proceeds were donated to the …

Photos and story by Enrique Geronimo / Contributing Writer MTSU’s Art and Design Department held their annual student art sale Tuesday in the Student Union Building. For this yearly event, Faculty and staff members contact various art and design students who are willing to donate their work for a good cause. 50 percent of the …