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Photos and Story by Sergio Pacheco/Contributing Writer On Friday, September 20, MTSU’s Intercultural and Diversity Affairs department hosted the third annual Rep Your Roots talent show in the Student Union building. The show called for students who could sing, dance, act, do comedy or write poetry. The event served two purposes for participants. The first …

Photo by Lexi Marshall / MTSU Sidelines Archive It all began to unravel last October when The New York Times published an article centering on allegations of sexual harassment and assault against Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein. Among the list of women who came forward with accusations against Weinstein were actresses such as Ashley Judd, Gwenyth …

Photo and story by KeWana McCallum / Contributing Writer Sarah Nuse, the founder of Tippi Toes, came to MTSU to speak on Monday in the Student Union Building as a part of the Global Entrepreneurship Week events that are being held on campus. Global Entrepreneurship Week events take place throughout 160 countries in November and …

Photo courtesy of Celebrate Nashville Centennial Park in Nashville will host the 21st annual Celebrate Nashville Cultural Festival on Saturday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. The free event offers a wide range of music, dance, food and activities for all ages. One-in-six Nashvillians is foreign-born, according to Celebrate Nashville’s website. The organization claims that …

By L. N. Harrison // Contributing Writer It’s a rare feat to get an entire room of people, let alone an almost full auditorium, to be silent, yet Compositions, the MTSU Faculty Dance Concert, did exactly that. There’s no doubt something inherently beautiful and fascinating about dance, especially when the choreography flows and the execution seems …

Photo by Gregory French // Sidelines Archive Phi Beta Sigma’s annual philanthropic event Stepping for a Cure will be held at 7 p.m. on Sunday in Tucker Theatre. Each year, the Greek community of MTSU comes together to step for a cause. Although dominated mostly by sororities, a few fraternities show out their best steps in …