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Photo and story by Kashima Allen / Contributing Writer Friday night students came together to participate in 2017’s Bash the Rec Connection Point event in front of the Campus Recreational Center. Bash the Rec featured games, food, giveaways, a performance by the Band of Blue and music from the DJs of “Tha Remix,” the Friday …

Photo by Caleb Revill / Reporter The MTSU June Anderson Center for Women and Nontraditional Students hosted the BaeWatch Beach Party on Tuesday to raise awareness for bystander intervention, resources for sexual assault victims on campus and healthy dating practices. The JAC provides support services for female and nontraditional MTSU students with the purpose of …

Story and Photo by Nick Jones / Contributing Writer MTSU’s series of Connection Point events continued Tuesday with “It’s About Time!,” which was held in the Cason Kennedy Nursing Building. The event was meant to inspire and motivate the student body to live their lives with determination and ambition. Speaker Vincent Windrow, who is the …

Photo by Connor Burnard / Assistant Lifestyles Editor On Tuesday evening, the MTSU Office of Student Success held “Beginning with a B.A.N.G.,” a Connection Point event hosted by Assistant Vice Provost for Student Success Vincent Windrow. The event offered advice to freshmen about succeeding in their first semester in college. The presentation’s titular acronym was …

Photos by Steve Barnum / Reporter A dinner and carnival kicked off MTSU’s Week of Welcome at the Student Union Commons on Friday, the first Connection Point event of the semester. Students came out for free food and the opportunity to meet and play games with other incoming and returning students. A wide variety of inflatables …

The MTSU Student Government Association presented a resolution to enforce the tobacco-free policy on campus in Thursday night’s caucus meeting. Dylan Bogle, senator of basic and applied sciences and the sponsor of the new bill, claims that the idea for better enforcement arose when he realized that students were ignoring the school’s tobacco-free policy and …