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Photo and Story by Connor Burnard / Contributing Writer As part of women’s history month, MTSU hosted a presentation Thursday afternoon sponsored by the American Association of University Women called “Start Smart,” given by lecturer L’Oreal Stephens in the Business and Aerospace Building. Stephens, who teaches communication studies and organizational communication at MTSU and is a …

Photo and Story by Robin Duff / Contributing Writer MTSU’s UNICEF club held a screening of the human trafficking documentary titled “Not My Life” on Tuesday to raise awareness about human trafficking victims.  The documentary examined the ways that children are trafficked in countries across the world, including the United States. “(The film) gives a good …

Photo and Story by Kali Hammon / Contributing Writer Between exams, homework and group projects, it’s easy for college students to become sleep-deprived. Although MTSU hasn’t started offering napping pods, like the ones at universities such as James Madison and the University of Miami, we still have plenty of places that are great for taking …

Photos by Andrew Wigdor/ Assistant News Editor MTSU students braved the rain on Tuesday morning to attend the first classes of the semester. As they began the Spring semester, scholars of all majors wielded umbrellas and walked to dry classrooms.   For more news, follow us at www.mtsusidelines.com, on Facebook at MTSU Sidelines and on Twitter at @Sidelines_News. To contact …

After the implementation of a new printing system and the imposition of a policy limiting a service that once provided unlimited printing, many MTSU students voiced complaints. This new printing system at MTSU is ridiculous! — brittany nicole (@vandybabe33) January 26, 2015 MTSU is building a state of the art practice field for football…. But we still have …