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Behind every tattoo is a story — a memory, a reason, a history or even a bad decision. With her blessing, Sidelines has decided to re-up Journalist in Residence Whitney Matheson’s weekly tattoo feature, Tattoosday.  The series ran on Pop Candy, a pop culture blog she ran for 15 years at USA Today. “Honestly, I …

Nashville Sneakerheads

Story and photo by Amelia McClurkin / Studio M staff Studies show that the average American spends $21 a month, or $252 per year, on shoes. Malik Stoudemire is not your average American. “On a year-to-year basis, it gets out of hand,” says Stoudemire, a 21-year-old senior marketing major at Middle Tennessee State University. “This …

Photos by Aliyah Lyons / Contributing photographer Story by Marissa Gaston / Contributing writer and Aliyah Lyons / Contributing photographer As the season changes, MTSU students transition from summer to fall apparel. A few share what inspires their outfit choices for breezy school days. “Just be you. Feel vibrant in what you wear,” says Anthony Mitchelle, …

Nike Air Jordan 4 Retro 'Cement

Photo courtesy of Nike An MTSU student reported an aggravated burglary at his Student Quarters apartment on Monday to the Murfreesboro Police Department. According to the police report, the student left his apartment Saturday night with the door unlocked. When he returned on Sunday, his $220 Air Jordan Retro 4 ‘Cement’ shoes that had been …

Tiffany Kanjanabout sweater

Story and photos by Emily Austin // Contributing Writer The snow days on campus are over, and the weather is now in a weird in-between stage. The day may start off at 60 degrees and then slowly plummet to 30 degrees by your last class. This can leave you constantly checking the weather app on your phone …

Jessie Williams // Contributing writer After the turkey has been put to bed and Thanksgiving leftovers have met their match, people normally start getting out their Christmas gear in preparation for the jolly holiday that’s right around the corner. Then there are people like me, the small handful that celebrates one more holiday before Christmas …