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Photos and story by Karly Cordell / Contributing Writer The Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival had another successful turnout, hosting thousands of concert-goers and festival attendees from near and far in Manchester, Tennessee, this past weekend. Located on a 700-acre farm in Manchester, Tennessee, thousands flock to the small Tennessee town to camp on the …

Photo courtesy of GRAMMY Story by Isong Maro / Contributing Writer Bruno Mars has recently come under criticism for a perceived appropriation of black culture following his most recent project “24K Magic,” an album that was commercially successful and swept the 2018 Grammys in most of its nominated categories. The album itself was a throwback …

Photo by Tayhlor Stephenson / MTSU Sidelines It’s 6 a.m. If it were any other day, I’d hit the snooze button and heave a pillow over my head. But today is different. Today is Christmas. The thought of what awaits me right outside my door leaves me giddy, as if I’m once again the towheaded …

Photo by Tayhlor Stephenson / Lifestyles Editor Story by Hannah Mitchell / Contributing Writer How did I get here? Wasn’t it just yesterday that I was a brace-faced, awkward 8th-grader bursting through the doors like I owned the place? Well, that’s the thing: I owned the place – -figuratively anyway. But not so much anymore. …

Photo courtesy of Rolling Stone Chester Bennington, frontman for American rock band Linkin Park, was found dead from a successful suicide attempt July 20, and while his physical presence may be gone forever, his legacy remains within the hearts of so many fans. Though the world is forced to mourn the loss of Bennington, memories …

Photo Courtesy of FilmDistrict Story by Andrew Wigdor / Assistant News Editor A flourish of music. Dynamic framing. Intense lighting. Slow motion. These are all elements of an emotionally charged, exciting movie moment. Many directors attempt to craft these critical moments to provide their films with a visceral punch. However, not all these directors are able …