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The MTSU Student Government Association Freshman Council has proposed a change to the SGA constitution in order to provide voting rights to an elected president and delegate from the Council. Currently, only sophomores through graduate students at MTSU can be part of the SGA Senate and can vote on legislation in weekly meetings. The Freshman …

Story by Eric Goodwin / Contributing Writer The MTSU Student Government Association held its weekly Senate meeting Thursday evening in the Student Union Parliamentary Room, discussing resolutions regarding the MTSU board of trustees, a multi-cultural diversity center and lower parking violation fees. Debra Sells, Vice President for Student Affairs, held a Q&A session addressing topics …

Photo by Greg French/ Sidelines Archive Homecoming 2016 festivities are already underway this week as the MTSU community prepares for Saturday’s game against their rival, Western Kentucky University. This year’s Homecoming theme is “Raideropoly: This is How We Roll,” with events and competitions styled after classic board games. “As we compete against WKU, it’s our OPERATION …

The 79th MTSU student government has been elected to serve for the 2016-2017 school year. Executive positions are as follows:  President: Madison Tracy Executive Vice President: Connor McDonald Vice President of Marketing: Emily Webb Vice President of Campus Relations: Kenneth Anthony Senators at large:  Peyton Tracy Abigail Tracy Lauren Alcorn Macie Muscleman April Carroll Nick Lembo …

Today  is the last day for voting in the 2016-2017 Student Government Association elections. Sidelines contributor Goochie focused on the elections in this edition of his “True Blue Quiz Show” and saw that MTSU students don’t even know when to vote or who the current president is. To vote, go to mtsu.edu/myMT and login with your Pipeline credentials. Voting is …

MTSU’s Student Government Association voted Thursday to officially oppose a bill proposed last month by State House Representative Andy Holt that would allow full time employees of state colleges and universities carry guns on campuses in Tennessee. The SGA bill passed by a 14 to 12 vote and states that SGA’s executive board will send a …