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Photos by Emily Blalock / Contributing Writer Story by Emily Blalock and Danny-Shaw Remeta / Contributing Writer  The annual Stepping for a Cure competition took place inside Tucker Theater Monday night to raise money for St. Jude Research Hospital and The March of Dimes, a nonprofit organization dedicated to fighting for the health of mothers and …

Photos and story by Megan Cole / Contributing Writer The American Heart Association held its “Go Red for Women” event Friday in MTSU’s science building for National Wear Red Day, at which MTSU students Lauren Davis, Mackenzie Carroll, Adia Moody and Maureen Norris were honored for their own battles with heart conditions. People from all …

Photo and story by Megan Cole / Contributing Writer The Middle Tennessee State University Alpha Omicron Pi sorority chapter hosted a free event, titled Scaling the Glass Ceiling, on Tuesday in the Student Union Ballroom to educate students and the community about fair wages, equality in the workplace and how to negotiate a salary. There …

Photo by Andrew Wigdor / News Editor President of Alpha Omicron Pi sorority chapter at MTSU, Anna Flora, created a GoFundMe campaign to show support and appreciation for Diana Boyett, a beloved MTSU custodial staff member, whose son died. According to to the campaign page, Boyett has been “tending” to the six sorority houses on MTSU’s Greek Row …

Photos by Shade Narramore / MTSU Sidelines  Story by Altima Sisavad / Contributing Writer In conjunction with MTSU’s homecoming week, students went all out in the homecoming games held at Floyd Stadium Tuesday night. Games included bubble balls, corn hole, a hungry hippo inflatable and ‘90s-inspired relay races. The main event for the homecoming games …

Photos and story by Joi Williams / Contributing Writer Members of MTSU’s sororities and fraternities traveled back to the ’90s Friday night as they battled it out for the first place title at the annual Fight Song competition. Six teams competed in song and dance battles in the Murphy Center. Team one included representatives from …