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Photo by Greg French / MTSU Sidelines Archive While Saturday’s “blackout” football game at Floyd Stadium will predominately feature one color, MTSU Athletics and other campus organizations will be making a statement against gender-based violence with small, teal ribbons. During the game, representatives from MTSU’s Student Government Association and MTSU Athletics will be passing out …

Photo and story by Teasia Cook / Contributing Writer  On Thursday, MTSU’s Student Government Association discussed more student involvement on campus, homecoming candidates and a resolution involving email scams for their second meeting of the fall 2018 semester. SGA Vice President of Marketing Bre’Yhana Johnson asked all senators to get more students involved in SGA. …

The 2018 MTSU SGA campaign results were released Friday after students voted for officer and Senate candidates. Courtney Brandon, the current SGA president, was able to secure the position once again, despite being involved in a scandal during last year’s election. During the scandal, Brandon and current SGA Vice President of Campus Relations Timothy Bassett …

Photo and story by Hannah Adams / Contributing Writer The MTSU Student Government Association met in the Student Union Building’s Parliamentary Room Thursday for their last formal meeting of the semester. Before moving on to old business, SGA President Courtney Brandon announced that a previously discussed piece of legislation, “Resolution 8-18-S,” wherein Aramark would contact …

Photo and story by Hannah Adams / Contributing Writer For their weekly Thursday meeting, the Student Government Association met in the Parliamentary Room in the Student Union Building to discuss bills and resolutions that were proposed last week. The legislative items from the previous meeting were brought up again to be put to a vote. …

Photo and story by Hannah Adams / Contributing Writer The Student Government Association met for their weekly meeting Thursday in the Parliamentary Room in the Student Union Building to discuss new and recurring bills and resolutions. However, this was not a meeting where resolutions were put to a vote to pass. Instead, all pieces of …