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Photo and Story by Veronica Prigmore/Contributing Writer On December 4, MTSU’s Hockey Team taught children how to skate at the Winterfest ice skating rink at The Fountains at Gateway on Medical Center Parkway.  The Fountains are becoming one of Murfreesboro’s popular community spots to eat out at restaurants, browse local shops and workout.  The Winterfest …

Photo Courtesy of Digital Spy Story by Bryanna Weinstein/Contributing Writer If you’re in need of another classic Vanessa Hudgens Christmas rom-com to watch, then you’ve come to the right place, friends. “The Knight before Christmas” has a simple yet silly premise– Vanessa Hudgens stars as Brooke, a gentle science teacher living in Bracebridge, Ohio, who doesn’t …

Photos by Andrew Wigdor / MTSU Sidelines MTSU students and faculty members marched through the snow and ice that lined the roads and sidewalks on campus to travel to the first classes of the semester on Thursday. MTSU re-opened after two snow days, despite below-freezing temperatures in the early hours of the morning. See the …

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 …

Photo by Devin Grimes / MTSU Sidelines MTSU President Sidney McPhee announced that the university will be closed and classes will be canceled again on Wednesday due to hazardous driving conditions and low temperatures. McPhee took to Twitter Tuesday evening to state that MTSU would be closed for “one more day.” McPhee’s tweet comes after …

Photo by Sarah Grace Taylor / Sidelines Archives Face it: Many students aren’t ready to return to classes following a long, cozy winter break. Most students are wishing they were still at home with family or with their all mountain wide skis up the side of a mountain or pretty much anywhere but college. Well …