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Several buildings on campus experienced lingering technological problems following the brief power outage on Sunday evening, keeping students and faculty working well into Monday to rectify them. Ethan Frana, a senior in the College of Mass Communication and the WMTS General Manager, was in the the John Bragg Mass Communications Building at the time of …

MTSU’s Honors College hosted a presentation from Janis Brickey on Monday afternoon at the Paul W. Martin Sr. Honors Building, the fourth in the semester-long lecture series on “the power of place.” Brickey, an associate professor in Interior Design at MTSU, led a discussion on personal space, environment, and the personal memories that we connect to places. …

Music duo and YouTube stars Pomplamoose will visit MTSU for a Q-and-A session in the Wright Music Building on Thursday afternoon. Consisting of Jack Conte and Nataly Dawn, the group gained a sizable fan-base by covering songs such as Beyoncé’s “Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It),” “Telephone” by Lady Gaga and Michael Jackson’s “Beat It,” as well as posting …

Two homecoming banners were stolen from two Greek Row houses last weekend, according campus police reports. The banners, stolen from the Sigma Nu and Chi Omega houses, were reported missing within hours of one another. The banners were hanging directly in front of both buildings. Freshman Reese Osborne reported a banner missing from the front …

RJ Mitte, star of the multi-award-winning TV drama Breaking Bad, will speak in Tucker Theatre at 7:00 p.m. Wednesday as part of MTSU’s “Breaking Bad Week.” The event, “An Evening with RJ Mitte,” is the highlight of the university’s week of activities inspired by the hit television series to commemorate National Disability Employment Awareness Month. …

The university has experienced a decrease in enrollment for the 2014-2015 year which will cause a drop in funding due to the lack of tuition from students. MTSU is down 1,152 students, or 4.82%, this year from last fall semester, according to the Office of Enrollment. The drastic loss of student tuition paid to MTSU …