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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 by Alexis Marshall / Assistant News Editor  The June Anderson Center for Women and Nontraditional Students recently won a $10,000 grant from the Avon Foundation to help create new programming at MTSU for bystander intervention training. June Anderson Center Director Barbara Scales said that hundreds of universities across the country applied for the grant. The …

Story by Sarah Grace Taylor Editor-in-Chief, Brinley Hineman News Editor and Andrew Wigdor Assistant News Editor Update April 24: McDonald did not reject the impeachment charges of Kenneth Anthony; they were dropped by the sponsor under the same constitutional reasoning cited by McDonald.  Student Government Association President-elect Courtney Brandon and Vice President of Campus Relations-elect …

Photo and Story by Eric Goodwin / Contributing Writer MTSU held its inaugural Board of Trustees meeting Monday in the Student Union Ballroom. The Board of Trustees formally elected its officers, adopted bylaws and confirmed the student trustee. Marking the first of multiple meetings over the coming years, much time was spent establishing policies that …

MTSU election viewing party (MTSU Sidelines/ Olivia Ladd)

Photos by Olivia Ladd/ Lifestyles Editor On Tuesday, students, faculty and staff gathered in the Media and Entertainment building to view live coverage of the 2016 presidential election during MTSU’s Election Watch Party. MTSU’s student media covered the election while the Student Government Association, College Republicans, College Democrats and other student organizations watched the results …

By Kristina Kincer // Contributing Writer | Photo courtesy of MTSU News The Stones Rivers National Battle Field celebrated its National Park Centennial with a park day volunteer project called “The Big Event” on Saturday with mote than 400 volunteers at Old Fort Park in Murfreesboro. The Stones River National Battle Field Chief of Operations, Gib Backlund, organized community …