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Story by Zoë Haggard/ Seigenthaler News Service Zoe Haggard was one of six journalism students who recently spent four days in Iowa covering the caucus system. Funding for the project was provided by the Seigenthaler Chair of Excellence in First Amendment Studies. Des Moines, Iowa—A cover band on a makeshift stage sang pop music; young students …

Written by Amanda Smith and Zoë Haggard/ Seigenthaler Center Zoe Haggard and Amanda Smith are two of six MTSU journalism students who recently spent four days in Iowa learning about the caucus system. Funding was provided by the Seigenthaler Center for Excellence in First Amendment Studies. DES MOINES, Iowa– Deimy has lived in Iowa for …

Story by Brendon Donoho / Contributing Writer Tennessee Secretary of State, Tre Hargett, announced recently that Middle Tennessee State University, Northeast State Community College and Carson-Newman University are the winners of this year’s Tennessee College Voter Registration Competition. The competition took place in September in honor of National Voter’s Registration Month and included 48 schools …

Story by Amanda Smith/ Seigenthaler News Service Amanda Smith was one of six MTSU journalism students who recently spent four days in Iowa studying the caucus system. Funding for this reporting was provided by the Seigenthaler Center for Excellence in First Amendment Studies When most Democrats and Republicans in America choose their candidates for president they …

Christyn Allen was one of six MTSU journalism students who recently spent four days in Iowa studying the caucus system. Funding for this reporting was provided by the Seigenthaler Center for Excellence in First Amendment Studies. To contact Editor-in-Chief Angele Latham, email editor@mtsusidelines.com. For more news, visit www.mtsusidelines.com, or follow us on Facebook at MTSU …

MTSU staff member Anthony Tate, manager of Center for Educational Media Computer Facilities in the Ned McWherter Learning Resources building (LRC), passed away Monday after suffering a heart attack in his office. Tate, who was 61 years old, was a graduate of MTSU. Tate was well known throughout the Murfreesboro community for his support of …