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Photos by Hayden Goodridge / MTSU Sidelines   Nashville’s Kefauver Federal Building was the scene of a small but fervent protest Thursday night, as demonstrators gathered to publicly oppose what they believed to be President Donald Trump’s recent obstruction in special counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation. The protest was one of hundreds organized nationwide by the …

Photo and story by Megan Cole / Assistant News Editor  A group of students involved with MT Solidarity gathered outside of the James E. Walker Library on Thursday to protest the $3.5 million Charles Koch Foundation Grant that was given to the university last year. Dalton Winfree, a senior studying commercial songwriting and philosophy, helped …

Photos by Caleb Revill / MTSU Sidelines Thousands of demonstrators protested for gun control and increased firearm regulations on the Nashville Public Square Saturday as a part of the national “March for Our Lives” movement. The movement began in response to the mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, on Feb. …

Photos and story by Megan Cole / Contributing Writer Protesters gathered at the Tennessee State Capitol before the first General Assembly meetings of the new year to bring attention to the state of health care in Tennessee Tuesday morning. The “Bring It Home: Dollars. Jobs. Health care!” campaign, created by the Tennessee Justice Center, a …

Story and photo by Lexi Marshall / Contributing Writer Half a million women and men from across the United States and around the world marched in Washington D.C. on Saturday to protest the inauguration of President Donald Trump and to advocate a feminist platform. I was there. I, along with three others, left MTSU’s campus …

Photo by Sarah Grace Taylor / Sidelines Archive  Story by Brinley Hineman / News Editor and Sarah Grace Taylor / Editor-in-Chief  The Talented Tenth held a protest outside of the Student Union Building on Tuesday afternoon to express grievances with University President Sidney McPhee’s delay in requesting the Tennessee Historical Commission consider a name change of Forrest Hall. …