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Photo by Ethan Clark / MTSU Sidelines  William York first learned what it felt like to be alone in a foreign country, struggling to communicate, when he studied abroad in Japan for a summer. “You don’t really realize how dependent we are on being able to communicate until you go somewhere where you can’t communicate,” …

Photo courtesy of Flikr Story by Jeffrey Jenkins / Contributing Writer Imagine fully immersing yourself in an environment in which you have no control and can only watch and listen, as a domestic-murder suicide unfolds right before your eyes. Through virtual reality, immersion to this extent has become possible, evoking authentic emotions from users via simulations …

Video by Taylor Cole / Contributing Writer Photo and story by Caleb Revill / Contributing Writer Technology enthusiasts and intrigued students attended the MTSU Walker Library’s Makerspace Open House on Wednesday. From virtual reality headsets to a Lego-built record player, the open house had a wide array of devices and trinkets to show off. All …

Middle Tennessee State University kicked off it’s celebration of National Women’s Month with a ceremony honoring poet Maya Angelou on Tuesday, March 3, 2015 in the James E. Walker Library. The ceremony included students reciting Angelou’s poetry, a musical tribute by jazz vocalist Connye Florance, a performance by the MTSU Generation of Praise Choir and …

Walker Library will throw a zombie party for all students at the library’s first Week of Welcome event Monday, Sept. 1, according to Kristen Keene, library specialist. This will be the first semester MTSU has had a Week of Welcome event on Labor Day weekend, but Keene said the university is trying to reach more students …