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Photo and story by Daniel Shaw-Remeta / Contributing Writer MTSU Raider Health Corps’ “De-stress Fest” was held Wednesday outside of the Student Union Building to help students relieve stress and take part in some fun and relaxing activities before tackling final exams in the upcoming weeks. Several stations were set up, and each one offered …

Photos and story by Savannah Meade / Contributing Writer Men of various MTSU Greek organizations wore high heels and walked across campus in the annual “Walk a Mile in Her Shoes” event Tuesday to promote an end to sexual assault. The group started out at the Campus Recreation Center and walked across campus. Along the …

Photo and story by Shanna Love / Contributing Writer  The June Anderson Center for Women and Nontraditional Students held a “Stand Up and Speak Out” training event Tuesday in the Parliamentary Room of the Student Union Building to inform students on what to do if they encounter a sexual or domestic assault situation on or …

Photo and story by Rayyan Ahmed / Contributing Writer A panel of three professionals spoke about the growing issue of refugee displacement Tuesday in the Business and Aerospace State Farm Room on campus. The panel included James Chaney, a representative of MTSU’s Global Studies Department, Abdi Mohamed, a member of the Metro Human Relations Commission …

Video and story by BingNan Li / Contributing Writer Time has gone by so fast, and the spring semester is coming to an end. From tons of homework to a lot of exams, how do MTSU students manage to survive the end of the semester? Ten students share their tips on how to stay on …

Photo and story by Daniel Shaw-Remeta / Contributing Writer The final installment of a three-part series called “Can Police Do That?’ took place Tuesday evening in the Student Union Building on campus. Murfreesboro attorney Scott Kimberly and his father, retired attorney Richard Kimberly, reviewed the topics discussed during previous weeks of the program, which covered …