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Blue Raider football seniors and alums showed out for NFL scouts at the MTSU’s annual Pro Day event Thursday morning. Players including Kevin Byard, Jordan Parker, Cavellis Luckett and Corey McCarron were among the 19 players who participated in drills at Tennessee State University’s indoor training facility in Nashville. Representatives for approximately 24 teams such as the Tennessee Titans, …

Grizfolk

Los Angeles indie rock band Grizfolk kept their fans satisfied, but still wanting more after their performance at The High Watt Tuesday night in Nashville. After alt rock outfit Knox Hamilton opened the show, a NASA-inspired countdown introduced Grizfolk to the stage. They then started off with a floor-shaking rendition of “Into the Barrens.” Soon …

Student organizations representing a variety of interests and majors were represented at the Student Organization Fair in the Student Union Ballroom Wednesday afternoon. Social, political, professional and philanthropic groups were a part of the fair, such as Relay for Life, Film Guild, Women’s Rugby and the student chapter of the NAACP. Senior, Victoria Murray, was there with the Liberty in North …

  Snowmen and snowball fights took over MTSU’s campus Friday afternoon during the second snow day of the semester. The university shut down due to inclement weather twice during the first week of the spring semester. On the second “snow day,” students got to go out and enjoy an unusual couple inches of actual snow. Check out …

Middle Tennessee State University welcomes new and returning students to campus with the Week of Welcome. From Aug. 21 – Sept. 7, the university will offer a variety of free events to MTSU students including a variety show and comedy stand-up show by Cash Cab host Ben Bailey. Check out our photos from the events …

Tyler, the Creator performs at the Sloss Music & Arts Festival in Birmingham, Ala., on Sunday, July 19, 2015. (MTSU Sidelines / John Connor Coulston)

Tyler, the Creator‘s Sunday night set at the Sloss Music & Arts Festival in Birmingham, Alabama, was particularly special for me, a fan of the rapper and his collective Odd Future who hasn’t had the chance to see either live. I—like many people my age—discovered Odd Future Wolf Gang Kill Them All (or OFWGKTA, for short) when a then …