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Stephen Colbert discussing David Letterman's retirement from "The Late Show" on Comedy Central's "The Colbert Report." (FILE)

By John Connor Coulston // Assistant A&E Editor Fresh off the heels of Jimmy Fallon’s ascension to “The Tonight Show” throne, “The Late Show” host David Letterman announced that he would be leaving the late night talk show in 2015 after 22 years as host. As soon as Letterman announced his retirement, speculation ran wild as …

By Melinda Lorge Contributing writer The suburban life, neighborhood gossip and 1960s family structure of the American Movie Classics’ television drama “Mad Men” were familiar to Jane Marcellus’ childhood. These familiarities led the journalism professor to feel a connection to the program that was later expressed in co-writing the nonfiction book“Mad Men and Working Women.” …

By Dylan Aycock, MTSU Sidelines Staff Writer Opening the door and looking inside, the sight of vintage hats, old-fashioned cameras and polished typewriters are reminiscent of a familiar place. The sound of creaking, wooden floors and a rustic aroma are soon replaced with friendly laughter and welcoming voices. After a few nostalgic moments, it becomes …

A sushi roll from Fin Fusion Sushi in Murfreesboro, Tenn. MTSU Sidelines / John Connor Coulston)

By John Connor Coulston // Assistant A&E Editor Rather than scarfing down greasy fries or soggy pizza in the Keathley University Center, some students try Asian Express for its premade sushi. But for a unique or more sophisticated dining experience, Sidelines has a roundup the slew of off-campus sushi options set to tantalize your taste …

MTSU Wine Appreciation

Story by Alex Beecher // Staff Writer | Photo by Cat Murphy // Online Photo Editor As students register for spring classes, a wine appreciation class may seem like a good way to blow of steam. The course. where students learn the fundamentals of all things wine, applies t0 agribusiness and agriscience majors, but any …

By Logan Barnes Staff writer If you’ve liked any “Call of Duty” since “Modern Warfare,” you probably already own “Call of Duty: Ghosts.” This year’s entry into the “Call of Duty” series hardly does anything to innovate the genre it has so easily taken over, but it does have some merits. Developed by the familiar …