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Photo and Story by Bryanna Weinstein/Contributing Writer Political Science Professor Dr. Sekou Franklin talked to students about the past, present, and future of suffrage and voting rights on Monday in the Paul W. Martin Sr. Honors Building on campus.  His lecture is the first part of the Fall 2019 Honors Lecture Series, which addresses a …

Photo and Story by Sergio Pacheco/Contributing Writer The Schermerhorn Symphony Center presented the third annual “México En El Corazón,” which translates to “Mexico in the Heart,” in Nashville on Sunday. The opening introduced people such as Nashville’s Mayor David Briley, Metro City council candidate Fabian Bedne and the president of the North American Institute for …

Photos and Story by Elizabeth Juengling/Contributing Writer Outdoor Murfreesboro celebrated hummingbirds and wished them a safe migration at their annual Hummingbird Festival at Barfield Crescent Park on Sept. 7.  Families and individuals from the greater Murfreesboro area gathered at the Barfield Crescent Wilderness Station for food, vendors, scavenger hunts, crafts, educational talks and most importantly, …

Photo Courtesy of Loshak PR Story by Bryanna Weinstein/Contributing Writer Students packed into Tucker Theatre on Friday in anticipation for a night full of laughter–and they were not disappointed.  Chris Distefano, comedian and star of MTV and MTV2’s “Guy Code” and “Girl Code,” brought the laughs and held the audience’s attention with every joke he …

Photos and Story by Enrique Geronimo/Contributing Writer Throughout your time at college you see changes happening all around you; whether that be in school, in your life or even on a global scale. MTSU’s Crash the Commons event and the people who attend are no exception. Crash the Commons is a yearly Connection Point event …

The Jones College of Business held it’s 5th annual Business Bash Thursday in the Buisness and Aerospace courtyard to welcome new and returning students to campus. Some of the event’s perks included free t-shirts from event sponsor First Tennessee Bank and one of those adorable MTSU buttons to add to student collections. While the Business …