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Story by Rusty Ellis // Contributing Writer | Photo by Gregory French/MTSU Sidelines For the second straight week, Middle Tennessee running back I’Tavius Mathers has won the Conference USA Offensive Player of the Week award. In a thrilling 38-34 win over Louisiana Tech, Mathers carried the ball 21 times for a career-high 163 yards and three …

Photos by Emily Neal  MTSU students and Blue Raider fans enjoyed a fun night of games, music, dancing and performances from the MTSU Band of Blue, MTSU Dance Team and MTSU Cheerleaders at Bash the Rec on Friday before MTSU’s blackout game against Louisiana Tech on Saturday. Bash the Rec is a ConnectionPoint event held at …

Photo Courtesy of Flickr Story by Steve Barnum / Contributing Writer  The Food and Drug Administration placed new regulations on vaping and e-cigarettes in early August. Information found on the FDA’s website states that in June 2009, Congress passed a bill, signed by President Barack Obama, allowing the FDA to regulate the distribution, marketing and manufacturing …

Photo courtesy of MTSU News and Media Relations Story by Joshua Seward / Staff Writer  The Confucius Institute Center for Chinese Music and Culture hosted a Chinese music and dance ensemble Wednesday evening to celebrate the 2,567th birthday of Confucius. The event was held at the Hinton Music Hall and showcased traditional Chinese music. Each presentation was either …

Story by Abigail Miller / Contributing Writer | Photo courtesy of Fox One of the most talked-about shows of fall 2015 was FOX’s Scream Queens. The highly anticipated campy horror/comedy from AHS creators Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuck had fans glued to their screens every week with new murders, twists and crazy antics from the bizarre characters. …

Photo courtesy of Flickr Story by Andrew Wigdor / Assistant News Editor and  Brinley Hineman /  Co-News Editor Nashville became the first city in Tennessee to lessen the penalty for small amounts of marijuana Tuesday night. The Metro Council approved a bill that allows officers to fine someone $50 with community service if they are in …