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The Center for the Arts premiered their version of The Who’s classic rock opera Tommy last night to a packed audience. Despite the limited production value, the musical proved to be an entertaining ride highlighted by some poignant performances and faithful renditions of iconic rock anthems—the most iconic among them being the musical’s most recognizable …

MTSU Arts debuted Henrik Isben’s A Doll’s House in Tucker Theatre to a nearly full house Wednesday night. A Doll’s House is well-known throughout the world and was one of the most widely produced plays of the twentieth century. The entire show takes place within the living room of a house owned by Torvald Helmer, played by …

Being a college student likely means being broke and hungry all the time. These three quick and easy meals can help change that, be they baked in the oven or made by using that new hob you got after a night of reading induction hob reviews when procrastinating that paper – we’ve all been there …

By Morgan Massengill, MTSU Sidelines Contributing Writer Downtown now has a few more pianos, another place to imbibe and a venue that has expanded from Music City to the ‘Boro. The Big Bang, a dueling piano bar, opened its doors in the heart of downtown Murfreesboro last month with hopes to make a big impression. A month …

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Author and professor of Sociology Dr. Joel Best discussed issues concerning student loans and debt this morning as part of a social science seminar in the James Union Building. Titled “The Student Loan Mess: How It Got Here and Why It’s Not Going Away,” Best’s lecture focused on America’s growing reliance with student loans and …