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Story by Caroline Colvard/Contributing Writer This story was written prior to COVID-19 being declared a pandemic. The MTSU Library is now closed. If interested in this program, please contact library staff Kristen West at K.West@mtsu.edu Among the many features Middle Tennessee State University offers, there is now a program that allows students to look up …

Photo by Megan Cole / MTSU Sidelines Representatives of the MTSU James E. Walker Library have set out special cases that will display recent history and organizations in the Murfreesboro community, beginning with unity organization Murfreesboro Loves. Clay Trainum, the external relations specialist for the library, led the project of revamping the display cases. After …

Photo and story by Daniel Shaw-Remeta / Contributing Writer The MTSU Women’s Chorale Ensemble performed Tuesday inside the James E. Walker Library atrium to promote the gospel music history exhibit that is being housed in the library throughout the fall semester. With help from the Gospel Music Association, the MTSU Center for Popular Music and …

Photo and Story by Connor Burnard / Contributing Writer Therapy dog Canyon and his owner, MTSU senior biology major Leah Chism, made their last visit to MTSU on Sunday night in the James E. Walker Library before Chism graduates and moves to Texas. Chism has brought four-year-old Canyon to the library regularly during her time …

Photo by Loren Bebensee  Story by Ashley Coker / Staff Writer and Sarah Grace Taylor / Editor-in-Chief A group of student protesters were told to leave the vestibule of James E. Walker library while gathering to raise awareness about police brutality Monday afternoon. The demonstration, organized by the Talented Tenth Student Action Coalition, started with …

Story by Kristina Kincer / Contributing Writer Photo courtesy of Flickr By the end of September, all students, faculty and staff will have access to Lynda.com, a self-teaching educational website with videos offering users the ability to learn skills at their own pace. “In the spring and early summer of 2016, we put together a contract …