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Story and Photos by Makayla Boling On Friday, October 19, and Saturday, October 20, MTSU Spare hosted a live shadowcast of Rocky Horror Picture Show, performed by Little Morals, in the James Union Building. This year marked the 10 year anniversary of Rocky Horror at MTSU, and to kick off the weekend there was a …

Photos by Makayla Boling and Max Leach / Contributing Writer and Assistant Lifestyles Editor Story by Max Leach / Assistant Lifestyles Editor  The MT Spare Signature Concert series returned to Murphy Center on Thursday, with epic performances from Mills Turner & the Local Grocery, Phoebe Ryan and Young the Giant. The highly anticipated spring 2019 …

Photo and story by Gerardo Palacios / Contributing Writer Death drops, rollerblading, backflips and more took place in the Keathley University Center Wednesday night during a Holiday Drag Show co-sponsored by MT Lambda and MT Spare. Meanwhile, tips were collected throughout the night for the Little Raiders Fund.  “This is actually not the first time …

Story by Emma Benjamin and Jackson Goodman / Contributing Writers Photo by Jackson Goodman / Contributing Writer Ken Nwadike spoke to a crowded room Tuesday night in the KUC theater with a mission to spread his message about love, peace and communication to people across the country. Nwadike began by explaining events that shaped his …

Photo and Story by Eric Goodwin / Contributing Writer Students gathered at the Exam Jam in the McCallie Dining Hall on Thursday night to relax before finals week. The event, sponsored by MT Dining, featured free breakfast food and recreational activities. MTSU staff and administrators served pancakes, sausage, bacon, eggs, biscuits and other breakfast items …

Story and Photo by Wesley McIntyre / Staff Writer The 17th Annual Student Film Festival awards ceremony, presented by MT SPARE, was held in the Student Union Video Theater on Friday night. Throughout the week, 12 films competed for first, second and third place, as well as Audience Favorite. The films were all student projects and …