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Photos and Story by Desiree Masencup / Contributing Writer  The Alpha Omicron Pi Sorority and June Anderson Center for Women and Nontraditional Students hosted ‘Scaling the Glass Ceiling,” a panel discussion addressing gender equality, on Thursday. The panel was comprised of Heather Adams, CEO of Choice Media and Entertainment; Dia Cirillo, president of the American …

Story and Photo by Seth Whitehead / Contributing Writer Christian apologist and author Rice Broocks presented and defended evidence for the existence of God during a part of the “God’s Not Dead” tour on Wednesday night in the Student Union Ballroom. Broocks spoke for an hour and a half about why he believes in the …

Photo and story by Emily Blalock / Contributing Writer Photographer Patty Carroll explained her artistic process to students in a lecture on Tuesday night at 7 p.m. in the College of Education. Carroll’s work, entitled “Camouflage and Calamity,” will be on display in the Baldwin Photographic Gallery until April 17. Jackie Heigle, the curator for …

Photo and Story by Tina Higgins / Contributing Writer Generation Action is a student organization on MTSU’s campus which focuses on reproductive rights and sexual freedom. Since fall 2018, the organization has been supplying free female products in the majority of female and gender inclusive bathrooms through the movement, “Project Accessibility, Period.” The organization was …

Photos and Story by Carla Hicks/ Contributing Writer MTSU ‘s Iota Mu Chapter of the Phi Beta Sigma fraternity held the much anticipated annual “Stepping For A Cure” at Tucker Theatre Friday. The step show was held to benefit the organization March of Dimes, which works to raise money to “expand programs and educate medical …

Photo by Dylan Skye Aycock / Sidelines Archive Story by Davida Johnson and Rosalie Gunger / Contributing Writers Tennessee, known as “The Volunteer State,” takes pride in leading the nation in volunteering and community service – and MTSU’s Alternative Spring Break, offered from March 4-7, takes it even a step further. The ASB Program, organized …