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Photo and story by Sabrina Tyson / Contributing Writer On Tuesday, students of Middle Tennessee State University set up tables in the university’s Student Union Building to promote free and anonymous HIV testing, which will take place at Middle Tennessee State University on Nov. 28. The students used the tables as a way to spread …

Photo by Connor Burnard / Assistant Lifestyles Editor Story by Anthony Merriweather / Contributing Writer  Students and faculty gathered in the Student Union Building Thursday as a part of MTSU’s Pulitzer Prize Lecture series to gain insight into journalist Eric Eyre’s Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative reporting on the opioid crisis, alongside West Virginia attorney Patrick McGinley. …

Photo and story by Ethan Clark / Contributing Writer Members of Middle Tennessee State University’s Student Government Association met Thursday afternoon in the Parliamentary Room of the Student Union Building to discuss plans to to make the organization more connected and accountable to the student body. The meeting’s first proposed resolution, introduced by Sen. Nathan …

Photo and story by Anthony Merriweather / Contributing Writer MTSU Fraternity and Sorority Life representatives were in the Student Union Building Tuesday to promote anti-hazing efforts as a part of National Hazing Prevention Week. FSL representatives set up a table with a banner that read, “These Hands Don’t Haze,” and passing students were invited to …

Photo and Story by Caleb Revill / Contributing Writer Students were given information on domestic violence and abuse at the “Hands Not for Hurting” table in the Student Union Building as a part of MTSU’s “Take Back the Night” week. Students at the table were also able to make the pledge not to use their hands …

Photos and Story by Robin Duff / Contributing Writer Alpha Sigma Phi held a candlelight vigil in honor of victims of sexual abuse on Thursday night. The vigil closed the fraternity’s philanthropy week, in which they raised awareness for RAINN, the Rape Abuse Incest National Network. “The RAINN website states that 80,600 inmates, 60,000 children, …