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Youtube star Spoken Reasons will speak at MTSU's Tucker Theatre on Saturday Jan. 31, 2015. The appearance is a part of Alpha Kappa Psi's "College Night." (Photo submitted by Alpha Kappa Psi)

YouTube star Spoken Reasons will headline business fraternity Alpha Kappa Psi’s “College Night” on Saturday. TSpoken Reasons, whose real name is John A. Baker, Jr., has accrued close to 1.75 million subscribers on YouTube through his comedic skits, music videos and vlogs on numerous subjects, such as the rise and fall of hip-hop artists. His …

Harvey Stein's "Harlem Street Portraits" will be on display at the Baldwin Photographic Gallery until Thursday, Feb. 26, 2015. Stein will speak in room 103 of the John Bragg Mass Communication Building on Thursday, Feb. 5, 2015.

By Savanna Hazlewood, Contributing Writer Harvey Stein’s Harlem Street Portraits collection opened last week in the Baldwin Photographic Gallery, located on the second floor of the John Bragg Mass Communication Building. The photographs depict the people of Harlem’s everyday lives in the the New York City neighborhood. The portraits are intended to show both the …

Music journalist Billy Mazor, left, discusses the impact of music publisher Ralph Peer with Director of the Center for Popular Music Gregory Reish,right, on Monday, Jan. 26, 2014 in the College of Education. Mazor is the author of "Ralph Peer and the Making of Popular Roots Music." (John Connor Coulston / MTSU Sidelines)

By Ethan Clark, Contributing Writer  Music writer and historian Barry Mazor gave a lecture Monday evening  on music publisher Ralph Peer, a man who is credited for creating the modern music industry. Promoting his new book Ralph Peer and the Making of Popular Roots Music, Mazor spoke to students and faculty in the College of …

The house lights ease down, the stage lights slowly creep up and a cloud of smoke invades the stage, creating a barrier between the audience and the evening’s headlining act. Finally, a crisp, familiar voice escapes the speakers and drowns out the uproar of applause coming from the packed arena. Although it may appear to be a …

The “Tracking Characters: Connecting 40 Years of Design Grads” art exhibit opened Thursday evening in the Todd Art Gallery in Andrew L. Todd Hall. Out of the eight exhibits that the gallery organizes each semester, this is the first one strictly for graphic designers. It consisted of various forms of art from digital photography to oils on canvas or even …

Big Gigantic's Dominic Lalli, Skrillex and A$AP Ferg perform at the 2014 Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival during the early morning hours of Sunday June 15, 2014. It was apart of the Skrillex-curated Superjam that has been turned intoa documentary series on AT&T U-verse. (Photo courtesy of AT&T U-verse)

Skrillex partnered with Bonnaroo last summer for a SuperJam that could only be described an eclectic and electrifying experience. A seven part short documentary was captured with the help of director and photographer Danny Clinch. It was released this week through AT&T U-verse. Each year the SuperJam is a collective performance of artists that culminate to make …