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Photo courtesy of St. Louis County Library Story by Felicia Parks/Contributing Writer A month dedicated to celebrating women is facing a new reality as Middle Tennessee State University tells faculty and students to stay home amid the coronavirus pandemic. In the middle of a month full of events for and supporting women on MTSU’s campus, …

Video by Nigel Shelly / Contributing Videographer Photo and story by Megan Cole / Contributing Writer Students came to the Tunnel of Oppression, which was set up in the Tom Jackson Building Wednesday, in order to learn more about topics of discrimination and oppression in various communities. The set up included black drapery all around …

Photo and story by Kiera Jones / Contributing Writer Students were encouraged to write inspiring messages on rocks in the Keathley University Center on Thursday as a part of MTSU’s “Love Your Body Week.” Women’s History Month, which is nationally celebrated during the month of March, is an annual observance that highlights women in history. …

Photo and story by Andrew Nation / Contributing Writer A Middle Tennessee State University Campus Safety Summit was held in the Student Union Building on Thursday. The event covered topics of sexual harassment, how to be safe at bars and what it means to be a bystander. The summit was organized by MTSU Sexual Assault …

Photo and story by Megan Cole / Contributing Writer The Middle Tennessee State University Alpha Omicron Pi sorority chapter hosted a free event, titled Scaling the Glass Ceiling, on Tuesday in the Student Union Ballroom to educate students and the community about fair wages, equality in the workplace and how to negotiate a salary. There …

Photo by Connor Burnard / Contributing Photographer Story by Caleb Revill / Contributing Writer With spring break approaching, sexual assault and bystander intervention were the topics of discussion at the MTSU Scholars Academy “Step Up” training seminar. Barbara Scales, Director of the June Anderson Center for Women & Nontraditional Students, explained how the Step Up …