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I didn’t wear makeup for over one month. That’s right. No powder, no lipstick, no mascara — nothing. My routine had previously been at maximum capacity with liquid foundation, powder, blush, eye shadow, eyebrows filled in, eyeliner, mascara, lipstick and lip gloss. I never left the house without at least my eyebrows done and some …

Ethan Clark // Contributing Writer Revenge. A bottle. The phrase “You promised.” From these three prompts Middle Tennessee State University’s Film Guild had only 54 hours to write, film, edit and produce a short film. From Feb. 27-March 1, more than 14 teams from around Rutherford County spent an entire weekend competing against each other to make the …

Sleep, binge-watching and vacation are a few words that come to mind when one mentions the much anticipated week between midterms and finals, the week when all responsibilities tend to slip away and, with a little luck, the sun comes out after weeks of harsh, frigid temperatures. That week, of course, is Spring Break. But what if students …

by Jamie Cooley // Staff Writer Tucked away on Lytle Street just off the square, there’s a quaint business that houses and makes some of the finest local guitar parts and custom “made just for you” electric guitars. A welcoming scent of fresh wood shavings and newly polished guitars permeates the room. This is an …

Gregory Reish,  who became director of MTSU’s Center for Popular Music last year, will perform songs from a repertory of “old-time” music he has built through years as both a performer and a scholar of music at 8:00 p.m. Wednesday night at the T. Earl Hinton Music Hall. Reish, 49, says he will be playing …

Two young girls with pink matching backpacks walk out of Build-A-Bear Workshop and catch a glimpse of a familiar character roaming Opry Mills shopping center. The woman, wearing a teal sequined dress with a long, sheer train, flashes a welcoming grin in their direction. Their eyes widen, two smiles follow. “Elsa,” they say, in perfect unison. It’s a bustling day …