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Photos by Hayden Goodridge / MTSU Sidelines   Nashville’s Kefauver Federal Building was the scene of a small but fervent protest Thursday night, as demonstrators gathered to publicly oppose what they believed to be President Donald Trump’s recent obstruction in special counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation. The protest was one of hundreds organized nationwide by the …

Photo by David Menidrey on Unsplash Story by Leslie Bell / Contributing Writer As the Halloween season creeps upon us, the desire to be thrilled by the living and the dead arises. If you’re craving an adrenaline rush this season, there are plenty of haunted walk-throughs in Murfreesboro and Nashville. Pick your poison for a …

Photos and story by John Lane / Contributing Writer  On Friday night, the Frist Art Museum held an event to celebrate the opening of its new exhibit, “Paris 1900: City of Entertainment.” Guests were treated to a collection of French art, food, drink, music and live performances, including Suspended Gravity Circus and Champagne Superchillin’. “The …

Graphic by Carlee Francis / MTSU Sidelines  With the midterm elections less than two months away, the question on the minds of many voting activists is this: How do we get Tennesseans to vote? What’s been done in the past just doesn’t seem to be cutting it. Tennessee ranked 49th in the nation in voter …

Photo and story by Max Leach / Contributing Writer It was a packed house at The Basement East on Friday night. The brisk autumn air welcomed fans into the venue one-by-one, as the line that wrapped around the building filed inside. Southern California natives The Growlers played a sold-out show at the intimate venue and …

Photo and Story by Andrew Wigdor, Editor-in-Chief Five months ago, MTSU President Sidney McPhee signed a non-binding letter of intent to transfer the Valparaiso University School of Law in Indiana to Murfreesboro. The proposed new MTSU School of Law would become the region’s first public law school. News of the possible move was reported by …