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Elvis Karegeya sits outside the Boutwell Dramatic Arts building on MTSU's campus in Murfreesboro, Tenn. on Tuesday, October 18, 2016. (MTSU Sidelines/ Olivia Ladd)

Photo by Olivia Ladd / Lifestyles Editor Story by Helen Wilds / Contributing writer Moving is a hassle. Possessions are packed into bulging boxes, which are then loaded onto trailers full of other bulging boxes, each one labeled with its content. Plastic totes are filled to the brim. Backs ache at the strain. Yes, moving …

By L. N. Harrison // Staff Writer  Three days after the opening date, and the actors from West Side Story were still performing to a packed-out Tucker Theatre. It’s not really any wonder as to why this would be the case. West Side Story is a musical set in New York City in the mid-1950s amidst rising …

Are you prepared to take a tour? It is a tour through passionate moments in people’s lives. These are times when important decisions are made. These are times when love is found, and lost. MTSU has created this journey in the performance of Almost, Maine. The structure of play is split into many separate slice-of-life …

Photo by Gregory French // Sidelines Archive Phi Beta Sigma’s annual philanthropic event Stepping for a Cure will be held at 7 p.m. on Sunday in Tucker Theatre. Each year, the Greek community of MTSU comes together to step for a cause. Although dominated mostly by sororities, a few fraternities show out their best steps in …

story by Deonta Ridley // Contributor Do you believe ghosts are among us? Do you believe the supernatural is closer than you think? Well, you’re absolutely right. Believe it or not, there are some places on campus that are on the spooky side, particularly inside Tucker Theatre. Professor Jette Halladay says two ghosts have been known to haunt the building, adding there’s …

By Amanda Freuler//Contributing Writer  Photo by Greg French//Staff Photographer Trailblazers of the voters’ rights movement, the Rev. James Lawson and the Rev. C.T. Vivian, joined in MTSU’s annual Constitution Day activities by offering the “No Voice, No Choice: Voters Rights Act at 50” panel discussion in Tucker Theater on Thursday. In addition to being a part of the …