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Story and Photo by Sydney M. Cohn On November 18, 2019, students gathered at the Chris Young Cafe located on Middle Tennessee State University’s campus to watch a performance by country singer, Teddy Robb. The event came to fruition thanks to an educational chapter of the Country Music Association, CMA EDU. The Country Music Association …

Story and Photos by Veronica Prigmore Zoolumination, a Chinese lantern festival, took place Friday November 15, at the Nashville Zoo. Zoolumination is the largest light festival in the United States, and aims to share Chinese culture with zoo-goers. As visitors entered the lantern festival, the atmosphere faded into a world of mystical wonders. The exhibits …

Photos and Story by Sergio Pacheco/Contributing Writer Nashville’s Fairgrounds hosted their annual Christmas Village this past weekend. More than two-hundred merchants and thousands of shoppers from neighboring states attend every year.   The three-day event offered toys, clothing, jewelry, food, pottery, collectables and much more. For a $10 general admission ticket, attendees were free to walk …

Photo Courtesy of The Verge Story by Aliciah Davis, William Davis, Ryan Franco, Melissa Harwell, Chloe Hubbard, Bonnie Hyer, Chasmine Jones, Dariel Mayfield, Naffie Njie, Hallie Riddle, Jay Stubblebine, Jazzlyn Swerdlick and Toriana Williams Everyone get your rubber ducky. It’s time to celebrate with Elmo, Bert and Ernie, Oscar the Grouch and, of course, Big …

Story and Photos by Veronica Prigmore On Wednesday November 13, the Nashville Fashion Week kick-started its 10th anniversary with an energetic launch party at the Analog at the Hutton Hotel on West End Avenue. Fashion Week is held once a year in the spring, and over 75 different events are already planned for Nashville’s 2020 …

Photo courtesy of the National Museum of American History Story by Bryanna Weinstein On Monday, November 11, MTSU held its final Fall Honors Lecture entitled “Old Enough to Fight, Old Enough to Vote” led by Amy Sayward, a professor in the Department of History. The whole series has focused on the subtopic of “Suffrage,” and …