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The designation of where students who commute may park on campus has changed this semester. Six lots near residence halls that had previously been designated as green are now designated for students living on campus, who are given red parking passes. “In previous semesters, only Womack, Scarlett, and The Row were reserved for residents,” said …

Staff report The fifth annual Muddy Roots Festival will be held Friday through Sunday at the  June Bug Boogie Ranch in Cookeville, Tennessee. The three-day camping festival aims to showcase over 80 acts from a variety of  genres ranging from country to punk rock, including artists such as punk forefathers The Sonics, grunge veterans Mudhoney …

In an effort to comply with the Affordable Care Act, MTSU and other Tennessee Board of Regents schools will no longer allow part-time employees to accept multiple work assignments from the university. “This means a student hired as an RA can only work as an RA and cannot also work as an hourly student worker.  …

By Sarah Taylor, Staff Writer   On Wednesday evening, magician, comedian and television host Justin Willman performed twice for MTSU students as a part of the university’s Week of Welcome. The evening began with opening act Lindsay Benner, who brought an interesting flair to the stage. In an unusual but captivating performance, Benner brought her …

It’s a stormy Wednesday evening and a group of women enter the dance studio just in time to stash away their umbrellas and break out the headbands. It isn’t quite time for class, so the ladies huddle in the lobby and wait for the night to begin. The room is shaking, but it’s not thunder rattling …

An MTSU Student reported a sexual assault last night in an unidentified campus building after the first day of classes, according to a press release by the university. The female student reported the assault to employees at Saint Thomas Rutherford hospital. Those caregivers reported the student’s allegations to MTSU police, the release said. The student has not …