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Photo and story by Ethan Clark / Contributing Writer Senators of Middle Tennessee State University’s Student Government Association met Thursday afternoon in the Parliamentary Room of the Student Union Building to discuss a new slate of bills and resolutions pertaining to campus life. The first bill, introduced by Sen. Abbigail Thomson, would honor former MTSU …

Update at 12:55 p.m on Nov. 7, 2017: Sidelines incorrectly reported that SGA members passed the two bills discussed in the meeting. The bills were simply debated in the meeting. Sidelines regrets the error.  Photo by Ethan Clark / MTSU Sidelines Members of Middle Tennessee State University’s Student Government Association met Thursday afternoon in the Parliamentary …

This article was updated on Oct. 9, 2017 at 1:55 p.m. to correct misinformation regarding the frequency of the ceremony and those involved. Sidelines regrets the error.  Photo and story by Ethan Clark / Contributing Writer Members of Middle Tennessee State University’s Student Government Association commemorated the former presidents of SGA from the past five years …

Photo and story by Ethan Clark / Contributing Writer Members of Middle Tennessee State University’s Student Government Association met Thursday afternoon in the Parliamentary Room of the Student Union Building to discuss plans to to make the organization more connected and accountable to the student body. The meeting’s first proposed resolution, introduced by Sen. Nathan …

Photo by Eric Goodwin / Assistant News Editor The Student Government Association of MTSU kicked off its first senate meeting on Thursday in the Student Union Parliamentary Room. Largely administrative, the meeting’s highlights included the announcement of recreational and community service events, committee chair confirmations and approval of the four-member election commission. SGA, now in …

Photo courtesy of Madison Tracy / Facebook  It’s been nearly a month since the attack in London, but MTSU alumna and former Student Government Association President Madison Tracy hasn’t forgotten the experience of seeing a lively city lose its hustle in the mourning of those lost to the London Bridge attack. On June 3, eight …