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MTSU Police responded to a report of a rape at a campus residence hall on Saturday. The victim, an MTSU student, reported to police that they were forcibly raped on the night of Friday, Aug. 31 by a male suspect who was staying the night in the victim’s room in one of the campus residence halls. …

Photos and story by Ladiah Thomas / Contributing Writer The Murfreesboro Public Square was a colorful place to be Saturday afternoon as downtown Murfreesboro celebrated its third annual “Boro Pride.” It was a place where people all over the LGBT spectrum and their allies were shown support and acceptance. Men, women and children were all …

Photo courtesy of Flummox’s Bandcamp  Story by Robert Dial / Contributing Writer On Friday, local Murfreesboro band Flummox released their third feature-length album, “Intellectual Hooliganism.” Their newest offering continues in the band’s tradition of a few heavy-bass riffs, inspired by the likes of Black Sabbath, paired with faster, funkier Primus-esque tracks. Unlike earlier offerings from …

Photo and story by Hayden Goodridge / Contributing Writer On Friday night, friends and fans of Chloe Kimes gathered close in a small, Edison-bulb-lit living room in Murfreesboro to hear the MTSU singer-songwriter perform a spellbinding collection of folk tunes from her newly released EP, “Apothecary.” The record is an assemblage of tracks written over …

Photo and story by Morgan Brantley / Contributing Writer On Wednesday evening, MTSU photography professors proudly introduced internationally-recognized photographer Richard Tuschman to several students and colleagues in the Bragg Media and Entertainment Building. Tuschman, whose art is currently on display in MTSU’s Baldwin Photographic Gallery, spoke about some of his favorite collections he has produced …

Photo courtesy of MTSU MTSU has announced that the gubernatorial forum that was to take place on Sept. 20 on campus has been canceled due to scheduling conflicts for the candidates. The free event was supposed to be moderated by veteran television journalist and former WTVF-TV lead anchor Chris Clark, who is an adjunct professor …