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Photos and Story by Amber Centinel / Contributing Writer With the arrival of Black History Month, students, faculty and family rejoiced in a night celebrating African American fashion and culture during the Color of the Runway Fashion Show at the Student Union Ballroom on Friday. The event, sponsored by the Black Student Union and NAACP, …

Photo and story by Toriana Williams / Contributing Writer Natalia Cvitkovic, a sophomore at Middle Tennessee State University, dreams to open her own boutique. For now, however, an online fashion resale business will have to do. Around three weeks ago, the idea for “Guilty Treasure” was born. “I’m taking an entrepreneurship class, and my professor …

Story and photos by Amber Cetinel / Contributing Writer Within the Oaklands Mansion Museum Shop in Murfreesboro, visitors enter the eighth Annual Wedding Dresses through the Decades Exhibit unsure of what to expect. They leave with the snapshot memories of a bride’s most unforgettable moments: her wedding day. “I have to confess that, out of …

Photos by Sydney Wagner / Lifestyles Editor  The McWherter Learning Resources Center looks like any other building on campus. Inside its walls, it houses the MTSU Textiles, Merchandising and Design Department. After 3 p.m., its hallways, where design sketches hang, are relatively bare and quiet. However, tucked away in the corner of studio 207 are …

Photos and story by Reana Gibson / Contributing Writer  On Wednesday evening, the Nashville Fashion Alliance’s student chapter at Middle Tennessee State University put on their first fashion show. The NFA chapter is the only fashion club at MTSU. The club volunteers at fashion events in Nashville, as well as help students make connections in …

Photo courtesy of Huffington Post  Story by Christin Trammell / Contributing Writer Being a college student, sometimes it’s easier just to slip into sweatpants and a hoodie for class, but it is possible to remain cozy and trendy for the future freeze. These upcoming 2018 runway trends may appear a little “over the top” for …