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Photo by Tyler Lamb / Sidelines Archive On Wednesday, the MTSU Homecoming Committee announced on Facebook that the 2017 Homecoming theme would be the ‘90s. The post featured an image of the university mascot, Lightning, decked out in neon and leaning on a boom box. The title, “The Fresh Raiders of the Boro,” was featured …

Story by Caleb Revill / Contributing Writer  MTSU’s Student Government Association held its elections for the spring 2017 SGA candidates from April 10 to April 13. The Student Government Association is a student operated legislative body that represents student voters on campus. They work to pass legislation in accordance with the needs of the student body. …

Story by Eric Goodwin / Contributing Writer The MTSU Student Government Association held its weekly Senate meeting Thursday evening in the Student Union Parliamentary Room, discussing resolutions regarding the MTSU board of trustees, a multi-cultural diversity center and lower parking violation fees. Debra Sells, Vice President for Student Affairs, held a Q&A session addressing topics …

Photo Courtesy of MTSU’s SGA Story by Alexis Marshall/ Contributing Writer Middle Tennessee State University’s Student Government Association partnered with Tennessee Technological University this week to deliver supplies to the victims of the Gatlinburg wildfire. Dry conditions and high winds caused the fire to spread Monday night. Residents had to evacuate their homes. The fire destroyed …

Photo by Greg French/ Sidelines Archive Homecoming 2016 festivities are already underway this week as the MTSU community prepares for Saturday’s game against their rival, Western Kentucky University. This year’s Homecoming theme is “Raideropoly: This is How We Roll,” with events and competitions styled after classic board games. “As we compete against WKU, it’s our OPERATION …

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Photo by David Taylor // Sidelines Archive As students prepare for the first week of school with moving, unpacking and last minute school shopping, MTSU will begin the new semester with Week of Welcome 2016 events from Aug. 19 to Sept. 3. This year’s Week of Welcome will follow the theme “All Aboard! Traditions are Anchored …