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Photo and Story by Kali Hammon / Contributing Writer Between exams, homework and group projects, it’s easy for college students to become sleep-deprived. Although MTSU hasn’t started offering napping pods, like the ones at universities such as James Madison and the University of Miami, we still have plenty of places that are great for taking …

Photos by Andrew Wigdor/ Assistant News Editor MTSU students braved the rain on Tuesday morning to attend the first classes of the semester. As they began the Spring semester, scholars of all majors wielded umbrellas and walked to dry classrooms.   For more news, follow us at www.mtsusidelines.com, on Facebook at MTSU Sidelines and on Twitter at @Sidelines_News. To contact …

Photo courtesy of Warner Bros. Studio By Abigail Miller/ Contributing Writer Middle Tennessee State University’s Student Programming and Raider Entertainment will conclude their fall 2016 film series with a three-night screening of the summer box office smash hit “Suicide Squad.” Beginning Thursday, Dec. 1, at 6 p.m., students can watch the Warner Bros. film in the …

Minton Sparks SLF

She’s been dubbed everything from the love child of Flannery O’Connor and the ghost of Hank Williams, to the only non-country Country singer. A wearer of many hats, entertainer-writer Minton Sparks brought her artistry to Middle Tennessee State University this weekend for the 2016 Southern Literary Festival with her workshop, “Burn Through Your Story: Come Set Your …

MTSU’s Health Promotion department will be hosting several workshops from Monday to Thursday as a part of Sexual Responsibility Week 2016. On Monday, the “Connection Strength: Plugging into Healthy Relationships” workshop hosted by health educator Hannah Powell will take place from 3 p.m. to 4 p.m. This workshop will look at all relationships, from friendships to romantic …

Student organizations representing a variety of interests and majors were represented at the Student Organization Fair in the Student Union Ballroom Wednesday afternoon. Social, political, professional and philanthropic groups were a part of the fair, such as Relay for Life, Film Guild, Women’s Rugby and the student chapter of the NAACP. Senior, Victoria Murray, was there with the Liberty in North …