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Domestic Violence


Photo and story by Reana Gibson / Contributing Writer MTSU hosted the Power of One Yard games at the Student Union Commons on Tuesday afternoon to promote awareness of bystander intervention on campus. The Power of One is a program at MTSU that teaches students awareness of when violence is occurring on campus and how …

Photo by Eric Goodwin / MTSU Sidelines Archive  An MTSU student was arrested on charges of aggravated domestic assault, vandalism and false imprisonment on Friday, Sept. 7 at College Grove Apartments, according to a police report from the Murfreesboro Police Department. The victim was another student. Murfreesboro Police responded to a call of an unknown problem …

Story by Bailey Wilson / Assistant News Editor A couple died after a domestic violence shooting occurred Wednesday night at their Annadel Court home off state Route 96 West with their two-year-old son inside. Patrol deputies found the bodies of Anthony, 47, and Amanda, 36, Gaunichaux inside their home, according to lead Detective Angela Hall. “(Amanda) …

Photos and story by Savannah Meade / Contributing Writer The annual Clothesline Project at the MTSU Student Union Building was held from Monday to Thursday to raise awareness of domestic violence and to promote messages of hope. Sponsored by the June Anderson Center for Women and Nontraditional Students, the Clothesline Project is an event that …

Video by Taylor Cole / Contributing Writer Photo and story by Eric Goodwin / Assistant News Editor In order to raise money for victims of domestic violence, members of MTSU’s sorority chapter of Alpha Chi Omega participated in “Pie an Alpha Chi” on Friday in front of the Student Union Building. Anyone with a spare …

Photo by Steve Barnum / Staff Writer Reach Out is a free app for iOS and Android by Captivation Inc. with the function of providing resources for those that have experienced sexual assault. The app is the creation of four friends and partners: Racquel Giner, Jack Zandi, Billy Sadik-Khan and Zachary Csillag. “Our main guiding …