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Office 365

In case you haven’t noticed, Microsoft’s Office 365 service, which hosts MTSU’s email accounts, has an awful feature that is most likely making you miss out on a ton of important messages. The Clutter folder is a new feature to the email service, and it is slowly becoming my mortal enemy. You see, as a member …

John Kasich

Photo by Gage Skidmore // Flickr As the primary election season is winding down, the candidates are seemingly becoming more desperate to reach the White House. This desperation is especially relevant on the Republican side of the campaigns. Surprisingly, this form of desperation has been focused on a new target: Governor John Kasich has come under fire …

Story by Jordan Peffley // Contributing Writer | Photo by Flickr Saturday night’s Republican debate in Greenville, South Carolina, turned into an all-out verbal brawl, resulting in most of the candidates competing for who could yell the loudest insult into the microphone. As the name-calling and shouting matches climaxed, the crowd had grown just as …

Amory Godly Married at 20

By Amory Godley // Contributing Writer Most 20-year-olds spend time thinking about what they’ll do on Friday night, what they’ll eat for lunch or what TV show they want to binge-watch next. I do all those things, but I have a few more concerns, too – because I’m married. When I was 18 and met the guy I …

Tinder Press image

Let’s face it: our generation is obsessed with the concept of “instant gratification.” Cellphones have become like another limb attached to our bodies. Full seasons of television shows are now immediately available instead of waiting an entire week for a new episode to come out. And as far as looking up directions, ordering food or …

MTSU

Photo by David Taylor // Staff Photographer Speaking from experience, transferring to a new school can be one of the most difficult transitions a student can make. I myself had to switch schools twice: once after my freshman year of high school, and the other this past fall when I transferred from Pellissippi State Community College to …