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Samantha War climbs up a very sheer rock face. She is only about halfway up, and it is obvious that the climb is treacherous. Trees and roots surround her, indicating that she is deep in the woods.

Story by Samantha War/ Contributing Writer Hanging there, 100 feet in the air, a rope attached to my harness, I started to cry.  This was the last climb of my four-day camping and climbing trip at the Red River Gorge in Kentucky.  My last climb on a vertical sandstone wall was a route called “There’s …

Photo Courtesy of Indiewire Story by John Cantor/Contributing Writer A cast involving animated dogs and a lack of emotional depth in characters—that were originally very dark and brooding characters—leads to a film void of the painfully biting story written by  Jack London. This reimagining of the tale features a digitized lead character in the form …

A trail in Gatlinburg, Tennessee. (MTSU Sidelines/ Olivia Ladd)

Photo by Olivia Ladd/ Lifestyles Editor MTSU’s fall break is upon us once again. The age-old cononundrum for students is what to do to occupy the four or five days you now have free. Luckily, we live in Tennessee and hiking trails are readily available within a short drive. You can easily, and inexpensively, take …