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The Blue Raiders tied their soccer home opener in overtime Sunday night against the Alabama Crimson Tide, despite carrying momentum from Friday night’s overtime victory over Lipscomb University. The game resulted in the third overtime game in as many matches, and the Blue Raiders kept the game close with their tremendous defense and the tenacious goal tending …

Thursday night’s edition of the Live on the Green series, hosted by Lightning 100 FM, began with a threat of severe thunderstorms for the evening, but the warnings could not dampen the spirit of many concert-goers. This week’s opening bands, All Them Witches and The Features, both hail from the Nashville area and got the …

MTSU’s annual Student Government Association Fight Song Competition was held Thursday night in the Student Union Commons. Teams of student organizations were asked to combine costumes, dances, songs and chants into a choreographed routine that must include MTSU’s Fight Song in the performance. To go along with the Week of Welcome theme of “Welcome to the Big Leagues,” teams …

By Sarah Taylor, Staff Writer   On Wednesday evening, magician, comedian and television host Justin Willman performed twice for MTSU students as a part of the university’s Week of Welcome. The evening began with opening act Lindsay Benner, who brought an interesting flair to the stage. In an unusual but captivating performance, Benner brought her …

Beck performs at the Forecastle Festival in Louisville, Kentucky on Sunday, July 20, 2015. (MTSU Sidelines / John Connor Coulston)

Beck brought the 2014 Forecastle Festival at Riverfront Park in Louisville, Kentucky to a close with an eclectic headlining set. While Beck’s latest release, Morning Phase, was more focused on stripped-down ballads, his performance focused more on the upbeat tracks that have filled a majority of his career. He opened with the 1996 track “Devil’s …

Cyle Barnes, left, and Damien Bone, right, of The Weeks perform at the Forecastle Festival in Louisville, Kentucky on Sunday, July 20, 2015. (MTSU Sidelines / John Connor Coulston)

Nashville-based southern alternative rock group The Weeks delivered a riveting 45-minute set at The Forecastle Festival in Louisville, Kentucky on Sunday afternoon. The soulful southern rockers opened their riverfront set on The Boom Stage with “Brother In The Night,” a track off their latest album Dear Bo Jackson. Bassist Damien Bone is a centerpiece of …