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Photos courtesy of Grant Lepping The College of Media and Entertainment is consistently buzzing with people of all backgrounds but harbors many musically-inclined students due to the various recording industry programs MTSU offers. Grant Lepping, a Louisville native, is one of those musically-inclined students that uses his interests and expertise to dirty his hands in …

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 …

joys of the season

Photo courtesy of Vimeo and MTSU’s EMC Department By Abigail Miller/ Contributing Writer Tonight, Middle Tennessee State University will be celebrating the holiday season with its annual “Joys of the Season” event from 7 to 9:30 p.m. in Tucker Theatre. This year’s family-friendly event will feature various holiday-themed artwork and classic holiday performances, courtesy of the MTSU …

Distressing from finals (MTSU Sidelines/ Olivia Ladd)

Photo by Olivia Ladd/ Lifestyles Editor By Angel L. Thurston/ Contributing Writer It’s no secret: We all dread finals week. We seem fine for the entire semester, but when this week comes around, we all go a little crazy in the inside — sometimes, even on the outside. Some of us believe that the only way …

Photo courtesy of Warner Bros. Studio By Abigail Miller/ Contributing Writer Middle Tennessee State University’s Student Programming and Raider Entertainment will conclude their fall 2016 film series with a three-night screening of the summer box office smash hit “Suicide Squad.” Beginning Thursday, Dec. 1, at 6 p.m., students can watch the Warner Bros. film in the …

Photos and story by Jeffrey Harrell/ Contributing writer  “Ding, ding,” the timer sounds, signaling the first batch of blueberry muffins are done. Chantell Kennedy-Shehan resets her timer for another batch. She has two more before she switches to cinnamon rolls. Her iPhone dings again, this time to tell her it’s 5:30 a.m., an hour before …