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Photo by Kaitlyn Hungerford Another game, another big deficit with a big last minute comeback, and the result the same on the record. That is the story Saturday evening for MTSU basketball in Charlotte in another loss for the Blue Raiders. The 49ers (8-5, 2-0 C-USA) led by as much as 22 in the contest, …

Following a week after a blowout loss at rival Murray State, MTSU hit the road again to Oxford for a meeting with former head coach Kermit Davis and the Ole Miss Rebels. Unfortunately for the Blue Raiders (4-7), the outcome was very similar to its last game in non-conference play as Ole Miss (7-3) never …

Sunday, November 10 was a big day in the world of sports. Thousands of fans poured into seats and cheered for their favorite players. The catch is, the biggest and most watched event of the day wasn’t the NFL or any “normal” sport as the public would deem it, but rather the 2019 League of …

Music Row, a collection of businesses from Broadway to 16th Avenue South, has been a part of Nashville’s legacy since it became “Music City, USA”. It is home to recording studios, record labels, and more. Without Music Row, Nashville would be nowhere near the cultural epicenter it is today. Before Music Row, Nashville had the …

Christmastime is a hard time for students– trying to get through finals while simultaneously being holly-jolly is no joke. As this year is wrapping up and finals are taking a strong hold on the hearts and minds of MTSU students, Sidelines would like to extend its heartfelt thank you to everyone has read along with …

Story and Photos by Veronica Prigmore Various student organizations hosted donation drives in the Students Union’s auditorium on Monday, November 18. Tables were decorated with informative trifold boards, colorful tablecloths and large boxes for clothes donations. Ladies for a Change hosted the Jeans and Jacket Drive to help families stay warm this winter. The decorative …