Men sported high heels at the Walk a Mile in Her Shoes event on Thursday that was held to spread awareness of rape, sexual assault and gender violence. Barbara Scales, director of the June Anderson Center for Women and Nontraditional Students, was out leading the event. “Today is an event where our (Interfraternity Council) men …

Photo and Story by Steve Barnum / Staff Writer MTSU Professor of Political Science and International Relations Zhen Wang gave a speech Wednesday in the Student Union Building on the battle against corruption in China by Chinese President Xi Jinping as a part of the MTSU IE&C Brown Bag Lunch Series lectures. The Brown Bag …

Photo and Story by Steve Barnum / Staff Writer The second annual “Raiderthon” took place Thursday in the Campus Recreation Center to raise money for the Children’s Miracle Network. Kristen Perry, an MTSU senior and the founder of Raiderthon, explained that Raiderthon is MTSU’s first dance marathon program. The Raiderthon is where students sign up to …

Photos courtesy of Shelbyville Times Gazette / Jason Reynolds Courtney Williams and Austin Derryberry have been dating for over three years, but they have known each other since they were only two years old. “We pretty much saw each other every single weekend,” Derryberry said. They both have attended Rover Baptist Church since they were …

Photo by Steve Barnum / Staff Writer Laila Ali, daughter of the late Muhammed Ali, spoke in the James Union Building Wednesday as a part of a dual keynote address for Black History Month and Women’s History Month. Laila shared her life story with a loaded repertoire of being an undefeated professional women’s boxer, a …

Photo Courtesy of Flickr Story by Steve Barnum / Staff Writer All around campus you can find students, faculty and teachers off in their own worlds enjoying a good book. Some have personal favorites that they like to share, and “‘What are you reading?’ Wednesday is back with recommendations by people from all walks of …