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Photo and story by Karly Cordell / MTSU Sidelines MTSU Police officers took part in a “Just and Fair Policing” training course at MTSU on Tuesday with the goal to build trust and strengthen relationships between law enforcement and the community. The training was led by MTSU Police Sgt. Jason Hurley, who started the training by …

On Wednesday, An MTSU student reported a rape that allegedly took place at Gracy Hall on campus. At approximately 10 p.m. on Wednesday, MTSU officers made contact with the victim. The victim stated that, on Sept. 6, 2017, at approximately 6 p.m., she had friends over her apartment in Gracy Hall. After the get together ended, the …

Photo and story by Sabrina Tyson / Contributing Writer Middle Tennessee State University participated in a Drug Take Back Day on Thursday, allowing local residents and students to safely dispose of any of their old prescription medication. The event was sponsored by Rutherford County’s Drug Enforcement Administration and hosted by MTSU Health Promotions and the MTSU …

Updated at 4:51 p.m. on Oct. 27 : Sidelines incorrectly reported that Murfreesboro Loves plans to attend the rally on the Murfreesboro Square on Saturday. Sidelines regrets the error.  Photo by Andrew Wigdor / MTSU Sidelines  On Saturday, Oct. 28, the League of the South, a Southern Poverty Law Center designated hate group, will be gathering …

Two MTSU students were arrested on campus for domestic assault and vandalism last Thursday at approximately 11:02 p.m. According to the report, MTSU Police officers were dispatched to Monohan Hall to respond to a possible domestic assault victim. Upon arrival, the officers spoke with a female student who claimed that she had been assaulted by …

Photo by Max Smith / Sidelines Archive According to reports by MTSU Police, multiple auto burglaries have occurred on Greek Row and the surrounding area over the past several days. From Sept. 24 to Sept. 27, seven auto burglaries and thefts were reported to the MTSU Police by students who were parked in the Greek …