Posts in category

Opinion


Atlanta Northcutt // Contributing Writer  There is a city in the middle of the Nevada desert that rises from the dust once a year to bring together those individuals who believe in freedom from societal norms, love for all beings, the ability of creativity and art to bring change to the world and the celebration …

CNN, The Huffington Post, Fox and even Rolling Stone have all in some capacity latched on to the latest scandal to hit the Millennial generation: sexual assault and, more specifically, sexual assault as it occurs on college campuses. It’s a controversial topic, and it’s tricky to talk about depending on what your views are. The one thing …

The current discussion on changing the name of Forrest Hall and the controversy surrounding the Confederate flag are both crucial ones to be had. However, the arguments are primarily centered around the question, “is it right or wrong,” when we need to be asking about the rights of the people and organizations donning these flags/titles. To …

If you are a student and seek counseling or health services through your university, your medical records may not be protected by typical medical-privacy laws. Students enrolled in post-secondary educational institutions should make sure they understand the basics of the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act and the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act, as the …

Valentine’s Day is a day to celebrate love. For a lot of people, that means going out and buying sweet gifts for a significant other. For those without a special someone, however, Valentine’s Day can take on a whole new meaning. It becomes what many have dubbed “Singles Awareness Day,” the one day of the …

MTSU’s Honors College will host the Spring 2015 lecture series every Monday from 3:00 p.m. to 3:55 p.m. in the Paul W. Martin, Sr. Honors Building. Native American Culture is the theme of upcoming presentations, organized by the Associate Dean of the University Honors College, Dr. Philip Philips. Professor of Anthropology at MTSU, Dr. Kevin …