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Photos and story by Carla Hicks / Contributing Writer Middle Tennessee State University held the National Pan-Hellenic Homecoming Step Show Friday night, October 26, 2019 in the Student Union Ballroom. The winners were based on who performed the best between the fraternities and sororities.  The two fraternities that competed were Phi Beta Sigma and Kappa …

Photos and Story by Enrique Geronimo/Contributing Writer Throughout your time at college you see changes happening all around you; whether that be in school, in your life or even on a global scale. MTSU’s Crash the Commons event and the people who attend are no exception. Crash the Commons is a yearly Connection Point event …

Photos and Story by Amber Cetinel/ Contributing Writer Sunday afternoon’s blue skies and blooming trees were the perfect welcome for MTSU’s annual Panhellenic Council Easter egg hunt, held on MTSU President Sidney McPhee’s lawn. MTSU fraternities and sororities offered games and candy to participants of the event, which attracts between 200 and 300 people each …

Photos and Story by Carla Hicks/ Contributing Writer MTSU ‘s Iota Mu Chapter of the Phi Beta Sigma fraternity held the much anticipated annual “Stepping For A Cure” at Tucker Theatre Friday. The step show was held to benefit the organization March of Dimes, which works to raise money to “expand programs and educate medical …

Photos and story by Cabarrius Frierson / Contributing Writer The MTSU Panhellenic Council hosted their annual Easter egg hunt for Murfreesboro children and families Sunday on MTSU President Sidney McPhee’s lawn. Over 300 local children gathered on the lawn to hunt eggs and enjoy the Easter season. “This event is kind of rewarding for us …

Photo by Andrew Wigdor / MTSU Sidelines Last Tuesday, Jan. 30, 2018, Rep. John DeBerry introduced a controversial bill that proposed a ban on fraternities and sororities on Tennessee campuses. Since the bill’s introduction, DeBerry has said that the legislation was misunderstood and that the ban was simply the “start of a conversation.” MTSU Greek …