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Photo courtesy of MTSU Crime Stoppers MTSU Crime Stoppers has asked MTSU students and faculty for information regarding a man suspected of posting white nationalist fliers on campus. On Tuesday morning, fliers for Vanguard America, an identified white nationalist and neo-Nazi group, were discovered on campus. The group tweeted out pictures of the fliers and antagonized …

Updated on February 13, 2018, at 2:10 p.m. to include MTSU President Sidney McPhee’s statement. Photo courtesy of MTSU Black Student Union / Twitter Fliers from Vanguard America, an identified hate and white nationalist group, were found on campus just weeks after a sticker from the same organization was found on an MTSU Black History Month event …

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 …

Photos and story by Emma Benjamin / Contributing Writer Murfreesboro Loves, a group that was founded just over two weeks ago, organized marches and counter-protests across Murfreesboro in reaction to the white nationalist rallies being held in Shelbyville and Murfreesboro on Saturday. The group gathered at Barfield Crescent Park, and then marches were held in different …

Photo by Brinley Hineman / MTSU Sidelines Story by Steve Barnum / Reporter, Anthony Merriweather / Reporter and Brinley Hineman / Editor-in-Chief Hundreds gathered in Shelbyville, Tenn. on Saturday to counter-protest a white nationalist rally that hosted groups such as League of the South and Vanguard. The “White Lives Matter” demonstrators were scheduled to host …

Photos by Anthony Bukengolts and Andrew Wigdor / MTSU Sidelines Story by Andrew Wigdor / News Editor Hundreds of residents and travelers from across the country gathered in Murfreesboro to protest a “White Lives Matter” rally that, unbeknownst to the passionate mass, would be canceled before it began. Hunter Wallace, the public relations chief of the League …