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Photo courtesy of the National Museum of American History Story by Bryanna Weinstein On Monday, November 11, MTSU held its final Fall Honors Lecture entitled “Old Enough to Fight, Old Enough to Vote” led by Amy Sayward, a professor in the Department of History. The whole series has focused on the subtopic of “Suffrage,” and …

Photo Courtesy of TNJ: On the Hill Story by Brandon Black/Lifestyles Editor Tennessee Senator Marsha Blackburn led the passing of a bipartisan bill on November 3 in honor of the 100th anniversary of women’s suffrage. The Women’s Suffrage Centennial Commemorative Coin Act allows a commemorative silver dollar coin to be minted by the U.S. Treasury …

Story by Bryanna Weinstein Photo courtesy of MTSU News On Monday, November 4, MTSU continued its Fall Honors Lecture series with a lecture led by Michael Burns, national director of the Campus Vote Project. Students listened in as Burns discussed student citizens and their voting rights from a national perspective. As the national director of the …

Photo and Story by Bryanna Weinstein/Contributing Writer As part of an ongoing series of Fall Honors Lectures on the subtopic of “Suffrage,” students listened in on a lecture pertaining to felon disenfranchisement this past Monday. Professor Pippa Holloway, a history professor at MTSU, walked students through her research of the past, present and future of …

Photo and Story by Bryanna Weinstein/Contributing Writer As part of an ongoing series of Fall Honors Lectures on the subtopic of “Suffrage”, students listened in on a legislative panel this past Monday.  The panel included Hamilton County State Representative and MTSU graduate Judge Mike Carter, Rutherford County State Senator and MTSU graduate pharmacist Dr. Shane …