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Multiple shots were fired at College Grove Apartments late Friday night, causing damage to vehicles and one apartment. Police responded just after midnight to multiple reports of shots fired at the complex. One witness, an MTSU student, said he was making dinner when he saw “about 10 males” arguing in the parking lot outside his apartment. He …

Photo by Samantha Hearn // Sidelines Archive The Tennessee presidential primary election is Tuesday (or Super Tuesday as it’s known nationwide), and since 2011, Tennessee has required voters to present a valid form of photo ID to vote. These laws can sometimes lead to confusion at polling places, or leaving voters turned away at the polls. But …

Approximately 150 people gathered in the Lane-Agri Park center to voice their opinions on the potential name change of Forrest Hall on Wednesday. This was the second of three open-forum meetings held by the Forrest Hall task force to receive public opinion, however, this meeting took a heated turn about halfway through when the crowd …

By Devin Matthews // Contributing Writer | Photo by Dylan Skye Aycock // Editor-in-Chief As Spring Break swiftly approaches, many students are gearing up for trips to various vacation spots throughout the United States, but some MTSU students choose the Alternative Spring Break experience instead. Every year MTSU’s Office of Student Organizations & Service provides students with …

Photo by Flickr With spring break roughly two weeks away, many college students are twirling their thumbs trying to decide where to spend their five days of freedom from school, work and responsibilities. Considering that the words “broke” and “college students” go typically hand-in-hand, consider the following suggestions when planning out your spring break itinerary. …

MTSU, Middle Tennessee Boulevard, Amanda Freuler, Construction

Photo by Amanda Freuler // News Editor MTSU and the city of Murfreesboro will meet on campus for a public discussion on Thursday from 4 to 5 p.m. to talk about the ongoing Middle Tennessee Boulevard construction project. The event will take place at the MT Center inside the Sam H. Ingram Building located on the corner …