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Photos courtesy of MTSU News and MT Dining It’s been a busy week for MTSU, particularly in regards to student food venues on campus. Two major changes have been announced: one, the re-naming and dedication of the Cyber Café as the Chris Young Café (by none other than Chris Young himself), and second, the announcing …

Originally published in the Hickman County Times by the same author Starting July 1, 2019, it will be illegal for Tennesseans to use their cellphones while driving, thanks to new law Public Chapter No. 412. Dubbed the “Hands Free Law,” which was passed 53-38, with four present and not voting, this law comes on the …

The MTSU Board of Trustees met on Tuesday at 1 p.m. to discuss and approve the actions of its committees at the Miller Education Center. Among the topics discussed was the 2.37% tuition and fees increase for students taking 15 hours or more. This issue was brought up for public comment from May 30 to …

Photo courtesy of Facebook Veteran and MTSU senior Sylvester McCaulley III passed away in a car accident on June 12, 2019. McCaulley, known as “Sly” in class and on the radio, was a journalism student at MTSU and a disc jockey with WMTS student radio. He was also a veteran of the Marine Corp. The …

Story and Photo by Megan Cole/MTSU Seigenthaler News Service Before his performance on Saturday night, Hozier stopped by the media area at Bonnaroo to answer questions about his latest album. “Wasteland, Baby!”, released in March 2019, debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard top 200 chart. Since this was his first album since 2014, fans had …

Photo courtesy of the Nashville Voice Story by Alexis Marshall and Hayden Goodridge/ Contributing Writers Criminal justice reform has been a major priority on both sides of the aisle in Tennessee’s General Assembly this session. Democratic Senator Brenda Gilmore has sponsored several bills addressing issues like sentencing reform and restoration of voter rights. Gilmore sat …