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Photo courtesy of NBC Story by Leah Donato / Contributing Writer This post contains spoilers. The new hour-long season three premiere of “The Good Place,” which aired Thursday night on NBC, showed how this philosophical comedy is only going to get better and better from here. Nowadays, I’ve seen that most cable TV show comedies …

Middle Tennessee State University’s very own sophomore and music business major Kristi Hoopes took her singing talents to Los Angeles on Season 13 of NBC’s hit show “The Voice.” The 19-year-old swooned three judges — Blake Shelton, Adam Levine and Jennifer Hudson — with her rendition of Trisha Yearwood’s “Heaven, Heartache and the Power of …

Photo by Sarah Grace Taylor / News Reporter According to a recent survey conducted by the MTSU Office of Consumer Research, low percentages of Tennesseans trust government representatives, such as President Donald Trump and Gov. Bill Haslam, and mainstream media, such as ABC, NBC and CBS. The survey report also showed that the majority of Tennesseans …

Photo Courtesy of Flickr  Monday at 8 p.m., the long-awaited first presidential debate will take place at Hofstra University. Millions of American eyes will watch as the two front-runners wade into a war of mud-slinging, platform disagreements and NBC’s Lester Holt. Both Trump and Hillary have seen fascinatingly large ups and downs during their campaign …

Sara Snoddy//Contributing writer With the return of Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, Wednesday nights are back to normal—that is, if your evening usually includes two-hours of dismembered bodies. High off of Detective Nick Amaro’s (Danny Perino) exit in last season’s finale, SVU opens season 17’s supersized premiere, “Devil’s Dissections/Criminal Pathology,” at a familiar sandy beach …

By Jamie Cooley//Staff Writer Former CBS reporter and investigative journalist Sharyl Attkisson gave a lecture to MTSU students about the current state of media biases on Tuesday night in MTSU’s Tucker Theatre. Attkisson was introduced by MTSU Electronic Media Communications professor Chris Clark, who emphasized the importance of our first Amendment. Atkisson discussed why networking …