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MTSU’s Career Development Center will host its largest career fair of the year on Thursday in the Student Union Ballroom. The fair, now in its 32nd consecutive year, will run from 1p.m.-4 p.m. It serves as a starting point for students with resumes looking to find jobs within their major after graduation, as well as …

MTSU’s Honors College continued their fall lecture series on Monday with a speech on prison, security, and the rights of prisoners in “Supermax” security prisons by Ronald G. Turner, an attorney who has worked with the Tennessee Department of Corrections. Supermax, Turner explain, are those prisons intended for “the worst of the worst.” However, due …

In the eight weeks since classes resumed at Middle Tennessee State University, six sexual assaults have been reported by students–more than were reported through all of 2013. An annual security report of campus crime at MTSU was published on October 1 in accordance with the Jeanne Clery Act recounting the numbers of assaults reported to campus …

By Meredith G. White, MTSU Sidelines Contributing Writer MTSU’s Homecoming Week continued with the annual Chili Cook-Off  on Thursday evening. Several student organizations, alumni and community groups competed in the cook-off with special recipes. A $5 entry fee allowed patrons to taste all the entries, play games such as corn hole, enter a giveaway and vote for a favorite chili …

On Wednesday morning, more than three hundred people gathered in the atrium of the new Science Building for the ribbon-cutting ceremony during the building’s grand opening. Among those present were MTSU President Sidney McPhee, Governor Bill Haslam and keynote speaker, senior general sciences major, Kenneth Ball. After more than a decade in-the-works, the $147 million building is home to new …

MTSU’s Kenneth Ball, 21, was selected for a speaking role at the grand opening of the new science building on October 15th. Ball, a senior from Savannah, Tennessee, was chosen by College of Basic and Applied Sciences Dean Bud Fischer to represent the campus body. Fischer was impressed with Ball’s comments in a video about the Aug. 25 …