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Photos and story by Jessica Knoble / Contributing Writer Not all relationships are healthy, and Alpha Chi Omega is dedicated to raising awareness of this issue, whether it’s conveying information through positive interaction or sparking attention with sweet puppies.  As a part of Alpha Chi Omega’s philanthropy, which is domestic violence awareness, the sorority hosted …

Photos by BingNan Li Story by Katrina Johnson / Contributing Writer and Kewana McCallum / Contributing Writer and contributions by Sergio Pacheco / Contributing Writer MTSU’s Black Student Union sponsored its second annual Color the Runway Fashion Show Thursday night inside the Student Union Ballroom. A line formed outside before the doors were even opened, and …

Video by Anthony Merriweather / Contributing Writer  Photos and story by Andrew Wigdor / News Editor Hundreds of students, faculty and staff members gathered throughout the Middle Tennessee State University campus Monday to display an act of unity by clasping hands and creating a massive human chain, which spread from one side of the 500-acre campus …

Photo by Ethan Clark / MTSU Sidelines Middle Tennessee State University’s Student Government Association met Thursday afternoon in the Parliamentary Room of the Student Union Building and passed a whole slew of bills and resolutions, after weeks of debating and fine-tuning the legislation. The first of the bills focused on revisions in SGA’s constitution. The …

Photo and Story by Zachery Wright / Contributing Writer MTSU kicked off their annual Scholars Week on Monday evening in the Student Union Building with a keynote address from author Nicholas Carr focused on his book,“The Shallows: What the Internet is Doing to our Brains.” Carr is an American author whose book, “The Shallows,” was a …

Photo by Steve Barnum / Staff Writer The 25th annual Invention Convention pulled a packed crowd of local elementary and middle school students showcasing their work at MTSU in the Student Union Ballroom on Thursday. The convention featured inventions and games from students in fourth, fifth and sixth grade from Coffee, DeKalb, Franklin, Robertson, Rutherford, Sumner and …