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MTSU alumnus and past features editor for Sidelines Juanita Thouin (pronounced THOO’-ihn) has announced that she will be running for a seat on the Murfreesboro City Council. The election to fill the seat formerly occupied by Toby Gilley will be held during the general election on November the fourth. Though she has not been previously involved in local …

Lenda Sherrell, the Democratic candidate running against Republican Scott DesJarlais this November for United States Congress, came to speak to MTSU students Tuesday night in the Carson-Kennedy Nursing Building. Sherrell spoke on topics such as college tuition, employment rates and education, placing heavy emphasis on reforms she felt needed to occur in the educational system, …

By: Lance Egly, Contributing Writer Lori Hart, a motivational speaker with a concentration on Fratenity and Sorority Life, spoke to the MTSU Greek Life community on Tuesday night in Tucker Theater. Hart speaks at about 75 campuses each year, according to the CampusSpeak website, and regularly covers topics such as stereotypes outside the community, misconceptions …

Campus police were notified on Tuesday, September 30 that a sexual assault had occurred on campus, according to the police department’s online crime log. Police were notified of the incident by a campus security authority, a person responsible under the Jeanne Clery Act for reporting crimes, who said that the victim did not wish to file …

RJ Mitte, best known for his role on Breaking Bad, gave a humorous, yet affirming presentation on overcoming adversity, followed by a 30-minute Q&A at Tucker Theatre on Wednesday night. Mitte, like his character Walter White Jr., has a mild case of cerebral palsy, a disorder that affects muscle tone, movement and motor skills. Along with …

Members of the Alpha Chi Omega sorority received several harassing text messages and Facebook messages on Saturday and Sunday, September 27-28,  according to an MTSU campus police report. Two members of the sorority told police that the unwanted messages began early Saturday morning through Facebook messages to more than 25 sisters, including alumni, pledge sisters and active …