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Photo and story by Jeffrey Jenkins / Contributing Writer The MTSU Alpha Tau Omega fraternity chapter held its first “Tour De Taus Bike-A-Thon” Wednesday to raise awareness for multiple sclerosis. Members also sold tickets for their third annual Crawfish Boil, another fundraiser for multiple sclerosis patients, research and survivors that will take place this Saturday. …

Photo and story by Daniel Shaw-Remeta / Contributing Writer An event titled “Can Police Do That?” took place Tuesday afternoon in the Student Union Building on campus. The event was the second of a three-part series that addresses interactions with the police, constitutional rights and other issues in the legal field. Murfreesboro Attorneys Scott Kimberly …

Photo and story by Benjamin Shaw / Contributing Writer Alexis Wells-Oghoghomeh, an assistant professor of religious studies, American religious history and African-American religious history at Vanderbilt University, gave a lecture titled “Female Captive to Negro Wench: Slavery in Religious and Gendered Perspective” in the Parliamentary Room of the Student Union Building Tuesday afternoon. The presentation, …

Photo and story by Emily Blalock / Contributing Writer Forensic Anthropologist Steven Symes, who is known for his discovery of a strategy for studying saw marks and bone trauma, was invited to give a lecture in the Student Union Ballroom Monday as the 2018 lecturer for MTSU’s Forensic Institute for Research and Education. Hugh Berryman, …

Photo and story by Savannah Meade / Contributing Writer Selenis Leyva, an actress in the Netflix show “Orange is the New Black,” came to MTSU to give the women’s history month keynote address in the Tucker Theatre Monday evening. Leyva started the night by telling the story of what got her started in acting. She …

Photo and story by Andrew Wigdor / News Editor MTSU Generation Action, an affiliate organization of Planned Parenthood, has launched a campaign entitled “Project Accessibility, Period” to make menstrual products more accessible on MTSU’s campus. The initial idea behind the campaign was formed when MTSU student and Generation Action President Tess Shelton began a research …