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By Kristina Kincer // Contributing Writer | Photo by J. Intintoli MTSU officially opened the newly renovated Andrew Woodfin Miller Sr. Education Center located on Bell Street during a ribbon cutting ceremony on Monday. The building is named in honor of MTSU alumnus and Nashville businessman Andrew “Woody” Miller Sr. In 2012, Miller donated $10 million for …

MTSU Snow Ice

Photo by Sarah Grace Taylor // Managing Editor MTSU will close Wednesday due to the winter weather that hit Middle Tennessee this week, according to university president Sidney McPhee. “We’re about to send text that #MTSU will close Wednesday for students and staff. Stay safe. Study!” McPhee tweeted at 10:15 p.m. Tuesday. All classes and university …

According to ESPN’s Brett McMurphy, Middle Tennessee (6-5, 5-2 C-USA) will be heading to the Bahamas Bowl this postseason. The bowl, sponsored by Popeyes, is December 24th in Nassau. “Middle Tennessee will play in Bahamas Bowl, sources told @ESPN,” said McMurphy this morning. “Middle Tennessee will play a team from the MAC, still TBA, on …

Story by Devin Ross // Contributing Writer Photo by Meagan White // Editor-in-Chief  Demonstrators gathered on Middle Tennessee State University’s campus Monday afternoon in support of changing the name of Forrest Hall. Forrest Hall, a campus building named after the Confederate General Nathan Bedford Forrest, has been protested by MTSU students, faculty and alumni since this …

Photos by Bennie Hunt Middle Tennessee State University officially opened the new Veterans and Military Family Center on Thursday morning, making it the largest student-veteran facility in the state. The newest edition to campus is located on the first floor of the Keathley University Center, spans an area of 2,600 square feet, and will serve …

Middle Tennessee State University announced the members of the “task force” formed to determine the fate of the name of Forrest Hall. This after a student and faculty uprising this summer, protesting the name of the military science building which was named for confederate general and alleged Ku Klux Klan grand wizard, Nathan Bedford Forrest, in …