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Photo courtesy of Be The Match Story by Andrew Nation / Contributing Writer Be The Match, a nonprofit organization that works to find eligible bone marrow donors, offered students the chance to see if they were eligible to donate Tuesday in the Student Union Building. Be The Match works with patients diagnosed with leukemia and …

Photo and story by Hannah Adams / Contributing Writer The Student Government Association met for their weekly meeting Thursday in the Parliamentary Room in the Student Union Building to discuss new and recurring bills and resolutions. However, this was not a meeting where resolutions were put to a vote to pass. Instead, all pieces of …

Photo by Caleb Revill / MTSU Sidelines HBO President of Miniseries Kary Antholis and film editor Thom Zimny gave MTSU students a sneak peak of their upcoming HBO documentary, “Elvis Presley: The Searcher,” in the Parliamentary Room of the Student Union Building on Monday. The documentary is focused on the life of American rock ‘n’ …

Photo and story by Hannah Adams / Contributing Writer Student Government Association members passed several campus-related resolutions during their weekly meeting Thursday in the Parliamentary Room of the Student Union Building. After taking a roll call and leading everyone in the “True Blue Pledge,” SGA Vice President and Speaker of the Senate Monica Haun kicked …

Photo and story by Hannah Adams / Contributing Writer MTSU Student Government Association members met Thursday in the Parliamentary Room in the Student Union Building to settle and discuss several resolutions proposed during last week’s meeting. Following the roll call and “True Blue Pledge,” the meeting began with announcements. Kicking it off, Kobe Hermann was named …

Photo and story by Rachael Anne Keisling / Contributing Writer Three law enforcement officers were a part of a panel discussion at the Student Union Building in the Parliamentary Room on Tuesday. The participants described what their jobs entail and the challenges of being a public servant. The discussion was led by Lynda Williams, an …