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The designation of where students who commute may park on campus has changed this semester. Six lots near residence halls that had previously been designated as green are now designated for students living on campus, who are given red parking passes. “In previous semesters, only Womack, Scarlett, and The Row were reserved for residents,” said …

In an effort to comply with the Affordable Care Act, MTSU and other Tennessee Board of Regents schools will no longer allow part-time employees to accept multiple work assignments from the university. “This means a student hired as an RA can only work as an RA and cannot also work as an hourly student worker.  …

An MTSU Student reported a sexual assault last night in an unidentified campus building after the first day of classes, according to a press release by the university. The female student reported the assault to employees at Saint Thomas Rutherford hospital. Those caregivers reported the student’s allegations to MTSU police, the release said. The student has not …

Written by Mychal Wilson Staff Writer Changes in parking arrangements on campus will create more spaces and improve convenience for students living on campus, according to Ron Malone, assistant vice president of events and transportation. Beginning fall 2014, students living off campus will no longer be allowed to park their vehicles in dormitory parking lots, …

Written by Daniel Jansouzian Assistant News Editor With the completion of the new Science Building slated for January 2015, other ventures such as departmental moves, campus renovations and transportation projects have spread across the university over the past few months. The $147 million science building project began in May 2012. When completed, MTSU will boast …

Two of the four lion sculptures on display outside the MTSU University Honors college in Murfreesboro, Tenn. (MTSU Sidelines / John Connor Coulston)

One of the six lion statues that decorate the walkways of the University Honors College has been missing since May 6, according to MTSU police. The stone sculpture is a member of a set of identical lions and is valued at about $300. The set was donated to the college by its dean, Dr. John …