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a screenshot of the front page of Sidelines' COVID-19 print edition, showing Hanan Beyenne in Japan, and a chart of COVID-19 numbers,

Hello readers! With how crazy this semester has been, we at Sidelines were unable to provide you with your normal print editions: so we’ve come together with this semester’s final “print” edition as a special pdf format. Inside you will find stories about studying abroad amidst a pandemic, a student petition for a tuition refund, …

The Rutherford County Sheriff’s Office announced Friday that a human skull was found “in the southeastern area of Rutherford County” on Tuesday. The skull is unrelated to the human remains found earlier this week, thought to be that of missing Murfreesboro youth Devin Bond. According to the official statement, the skull was carried by a farm …

By Christyn Allen and Savannah Meade/ Seigenthaler News Service Christyn Allen and Savannah Meadewere two of six MTSU journalism students who spent four days in Iowa covering the Iowa caucus system. Funding was provided by the Seigenthaler Chair of Excellence in First Amendment Studies.   If Iowa is the powerful pulse of presidential campaigning, Des …

Breaking announcement by Angele Latham/ Editor-in-Chief Continuing coverage by Megan Cole/ Contributing Writer Brandon Archer, a recent MTSU graduate and football player, passed away Monday in Perry County after drowning in the Buffalo River near Lobelville, Tennessee. Perry County EMA officials stated that they had received a call around 1 p.m. regarding a drowning. Perry …

The victims of two unrelated shootings in Murfreesboro early Monday morning have been identified, according to an official press release from the Murfreesboro Police Department. The victim of the first shooting, which occurred outside Sam’s Sports Bar in Murfreesboro, was identified as Daniel Lee McCracken, 34, of Battle Creek, Michigan. The victim of the second …

Murfreesboro Police were called to the scene of a shooting early Sunday morning at the 2000 block of Olympia Place in Murfreesboro, according to an official press release. Police responded at 4:12 a.m. after a resident inside was awakened by a noise in his home, according to the statement. After getting out of bed to …