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Sophomore Linda Fry stood outside Keathley University Center on Tuesday to play for students on the first day of classes. “It’s such a nice day and I love to play outdoors when it’s warm,” she said. After a five year break from college, this is her fourth semester as a performing arts major.

More than 200 MTSU students and faculty gathered to celebrate the late Martin Luther King Jr. on Monday night in the Keathley University Center Theatre before holding a candlelight vigil in the yard outside the KUC. Vice President of Intercultural and Diversity Affairs Jonell Hinsey led the celebration in the KUC Theatre. Hinsey welcomed the student vocal …

There are plans in place to erect a statue honoring MTSU football coaching legend James “Boots” Donnelly. The longtime football head coach took the Blue Raiders from a fledgling program to a Football Subdivision Championship contender. The 6-foot-6 bronze statue would be placed in front of the Kennon Sports Hall of Fame building on Middle …

Unseen allows students to anonymously share photos with other students at their university. (FILE/Unseen)

Unseen, the private photo sharing app, has become a popular outlet for anonymous sharing on college campuses across the nation. We corresponded with Unseen CEO Michael Schramm on the app’s policies, the recent direct messaging update and how secure users’ photos really are. Sidelines: How did the app come about? What did you hope to accomplish by …

Match Records & the Department of Recording Industry presented their Fall Listening Night on Friday, Dec. 5, 2014. (FILE/Match Records)

Match Records, MTSU’s student record label, hosted a Listening Night on Friday in the Student Union Ballroom. Recording industry students and professors gathered for a crowd of students and faculty to showcase the program’s latest works. The program was open to any recording industry student who wished to participated. The night consisted of 24 projects, all of …

Faculty and students gave a fond tribute to Pink Floyd’s The Dark Side of the Moon by recreating the iconic album live in its entirety Monday night at Tucker Theatre. The 10-piece tribute band “Us and Them” is made up of recording industry professors, graduate students and others, as well as frequent guest-spot from Memphis saxophonist Chris Piecuch. …