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Snow Day


Photo by Caleb Revill / MTSU Sidelines A dozen student vehicles were relocated to parking lots after an unusual parking confusion on the first day of the spring 2018 semester at MTSU on Thursday. MTSU opened to a late start after two consecutive school closings on Tuesday and Wednesday. Many of the parking lots on campus …

Photo by Devin P. Grimes / MTSU Sidelines MTSU announced on Monday night that their offices would be closed due to inclement weather that would occur early Tuesday morning. When the sun rose, students were met with a more beautiful look on campus as snow covered everything in sight. From the Student Union to Peck …

Another winter storm, another snow day. Let’s be honest, you never use your time wisely when you get an opportunity like this. No classes means the possibilities are endless. Well, as long as those “endless possibilities” don’t include activities requiring you to drive anywhere. Or leave your apartment. Or even your bed, for that matter. …

School is back in session tomorrow starting at 11:30 a.m., but the roads are still dangerous in some places and the parking garages are both closed for the day, so a lot of commuters aren’t pleased. Luckily, there’s an MTSU policy that basically excuses you from class during ‘inclement weather.’ University policy III:00:02 section I, …

Harper Lee Go Set A Watchman

If sledding and snowmen aren’t your thing, and you’re more inclined to curl up next to a fireplace and read a good book, give one of these snow day reads a try. 1. Go Set A Watchman by Harper Lee Take it back to the days of high school assigned-reading assignments of To Kill A Mockingbird. …

Ice Age: The Meltdown

By Sara Snoddy and Tanner Dedmon // Staff Writer & Lifestyles Editor  With the semester barely started, students find themselves excused from class once again for a second snow day. Many opt to indulge in the safety and warmth of their home instead of braving the black ice and flurries. But really, with all the …