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Story by Megan Tracy / Contributing Writer Photo courtesy of Blue Raider Athletics Every year, the June Anderson Center for Women and Non-traditional Students hosts the Walk a Mile in Their Shoes event to promote awareness for dating and domestic violence. This year, they’re doing it a little bit differently. JAC Director Maigan Wipfli encourages …

Story by Kristi Jones / Contributing Writer COVID-19 is continuing to evolve throughout the United States, and the education system is working to adapt for their students. Middle Tennessee State University has announced they would be refunding students for their on-campus housing. MTSU stated they would be refunding students up to 60 percent of the …

Story by Kristi Jones / Contributing Writer Photo courtesy of Pexels Study abroad trips are being canceled nationwide as travel bans are being enforced all over the world. Middle Tennessee State University has decided to pull students from their current trips and cancel most abroad trips set in the summer. MTSU and Education Abroad Administration …

Story and photos by Ryann Kieu / Contributing Writer Middle Tennessee State University held their annual True Blue Preview Day on Wednesday in the Student Union. This event is for prospective students to explore the university’s benefits, colleges and programs. Students and their families are offered campus tours, housing tours and a look into MTSU’s …

Story by Toriana Williams / Contributing Writer Photo courtesy of the Montgomery Advertiser Wanda Lloyd, author of Coming Full Circle: From Jim Crow to Journalism, spoke to the students, staff and the general public about her experience as a female, African-American journalist on Monday at Middle Tennessee State University. Alongside her was Debra Fisher, director of the …

Story by Megan Tracy / Contributing Writer Photo courtesy of Middle Tennessee State University On Thursday afternoon, Middle Tennessee State University honored eight former Raider athletes with a public forum discussion panel before being honored during that night’s basketball game. Jerry Singleton, Art Polk, Lonnell Poole, Terry Scott, J.W. Harper, Raymond “Ray” Bonner, Ed Miller …