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Photos and Story by Makayla Boling Middle Tennessee State University’s College of Media and Entertainment held its annual Engagefest on Tuesday, September 24. The event takes place in the quad in front of Bragg Media and Entertainment building. Engagefest features performance showcases, good vibes, free Red Bull and even voter registration. Every musician is an …

Story by Montana Findley The MTSU Blue Raider volleyball team (6-8) hosted its first home game of the season on Sunday as they faced off against the Golden Lions of Arkansas – Pine Bluff (0-12). MT made quick work of the Golden Lions, winning the first three sets (25-20, 25-21, 25-15). After playing their first …

Story by Megan Cole / Staff Writer Photo Courtesy of MT Athletic Communications  Many say they will miss his smile, how friendly he was or his willingness to help anyone who needed it. Family, friend, and teammate, Brandon Archer’s legacy at MTSU lives on. Archer passed away on Monday, September 2nd in a tragic drowning …

Photo courtesy of KIC UnivAssist An investigation by Middle Tennessee State University’s Audit and Consulting Services and the Tennessee Comptroller’s Office has resulted in the indictment and arrest of former MTSU international recruiter Aryo Hasnugung, according to an official statement released July 30. According to the Comptroller’s statement, investigators found that Hasnugung, who traveled extensively …

Story by Andrew Wigdor, Editor-in-Chief Updated at 8:45 a.m. on May 3, 2019, for correction: The article originally stated that WMOT switched to Americana in December 2016. The switch was made in September 2016. With 100,000 watts of pure signal power and carrying the deep and expansive soul of Americana, WMOT Roots Radio, MTSU’s flagship …

Photo courtesy of Tony Webster / Flickr  In February, a bill was introduced in the Tennessee House by State Rep. Tim Rudd, R-Rutherford County, that would allow private adoption and foster care agencies to deny service to anyone who would “violate the agency’s written religious or moral convictions.” The bill doesn’t explicitly say so, but …