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Photo by Savannah Meade / MTSU Sidelines MTSU’s Mu Theta chapter of the Zeta Phi Beta Sorority Inc. hosted an event that encouraged students to overcome their insecurities in the Student Union Building on Wednesday. The event, called “Trash Your Insecuritiez,” consisted of a table that had notepads, chocolates and a blue trashcan for students’ …

Photo and Story by Emily Blalock / Contributing Writer The Student Union Video Theater screened a documentary, entitled “Seeking Asian Female,” Tuesday night at 6 p.m. The Asian Student Association and the Asian Language Partnership teamed up with the June Anderson Center for Women and Nontraditional Students to put together the event. The film, made …

Photos and Story by Tina Higgins / Contributing Writer The second annual Showtime at the Apollo took place at the MTSU Student Union Building on Monday, with much fanfare and excitement. This talent show-styled event debuted a year ago in honor of the legendary television show, “Showtime at the Apollo.” The original show stands as …

Photos and Story by Emily Blalock / Contributing Writer MTSU’s Center for Popular Music presented “An Evening of South Texas Conjunto Music” on Monday night at the Blue Note Café, featuring artists Felipe Perez y Sus Polkeros and Cactus Fire, the opening band of the evening. Gregory Reish, the director of the Center for Popular …

Photos and Story by Seth Whitehead/ Contributing Writer Two virtual displays in the MTSU Walker Library’s Makerspace are celebrating Black History Month by educating users about the civil rights movement and telling of the accomplishments of MTSU track and field coach Dean Hayes. The Makerspace is an area on the second floor of the library …

Photos and Story by Reana Gibson / Contributing Writer MTSU Urban Entertainment held the first annual 2019 Urban Awards in the James Union Building on Friday. The event was held to gratify and highlight black excellence in the MTSU and Middle Tennessee community by providing awards to students, alumni and community members.  The event was split into …