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Photo by Sarah Grace Taylor / Sidelines Archive  Story by Brinley Hineman / News Editor and Sarah Grace Taylor / Editor-in-Chief  The Talented Tenth held a protest outside of the Student Union Building on Tuesday afternoon to express grievances with University President Sidney McPhee’s delay in requesting the Tennessee Historical Commission consider a name change of Forrest Hall. …

Photo courtesy of Flickr Steph Hendrick presented her findings regarding women in the gaming world at her research series for the Women’s and Gender Studies department last Thursday in the James Union Building. The research series was titled “When ‘Wifey’ is on the Front Line: Legitimizing Practices in Female Gamer Tags in Augmented Reality Environments.” According …

By Ethan Clark//Staff Writer Author and social media theorist Douglas Rushkoff gave a lecture about mass media at the Learning Resource Center Monday night. Rushkoff, a lecturer and college professor from New York City, talked about the negative impacts of mass media on human relationships in America. Rushkoff said that companies like Apple and Facebook take the power to program and …

The city of Murfreesboro will conduct a public meeting on Jan. 27 near MTSU’s campus to gather input from the community as part of the “Murfreesboro 2035” comprehensive plan. Murfreesboro 2035 is a community-wide process to plan for the next 20 years of growth and development. The final results of the two-year planning process will …