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Story by Bruce Good / Contributing Writer Photo courtesy of MTSU The Honors College at Middle Tennessee State University will be a virtual host for two lecture series this semester. The pair of lecture series are: “Civic Virtue,” coordinated by Honors College Professor Mary Evins and Honors College Associate Dean Philip Phillips, and “Images and …

Photo and Story by Reana Gibson/Contributing Writer This past Thursday, the “In Process: A Creative Writing Event Series,” a series that brings together  “aspiring writers and MTSU students… with accomplished authors of fiction, nonfiction, poetry, drama, memoir and translation,” according to MTSU News, continued at the Sam Ingram Building with Dr. Jennifer Kates as the guest …

Photo and story by Mitchell Casteel The Law and Your Community lecture, hosted by the National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives, was held Thursday night at MTSU with great reception. The lecture focused on the laws and rights citizens should know, and how to interact with law enforcement. The event speakers included MTSU criminal justice …

Story and Photo by Seth Whitehead / Contributing Writer Christian apologist and author Rice Broocks presented and defended evidence for the existence of God during a part of the “God’s Not Dead” tour on Wednesday night in the Student Union Ballroom. Broocks spoke for an hour and a half about why he believes in the …

Anthropologist William “Bo” Taylor gave an exciting and interactive presentation, discussing stereotypes, personal history and what it means to be a Native American in the modern age in Cherokee History, Language, and Culture from a Native Perspective. He is a member of “Ah-ni-gi-lo(la)-hi,” translated from Cherokee as “Cherokee Longhair Clan,” teaches traditional dance to Native …

Lenda Sherrell, the Democratic candidate running against Republican Scott DesJarlais this November for United States Congress, came to speak to MTSU students Tuesday night in the Carson-Kennedy Nursing Building. Sherrell spoke on topics such as college tuition, employment rates and education, placing heavy emphasis on reforms she felt needed to occur in the educational system, …