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UPDATE: Kennedy is a part-time transfer student who enrolled in nine hours at MTSU this semester. This was his first on MTSU’s campus. UPDATE: George Davon Kennedy Jr. is in Bay Co. Jail and was charged with first degree sexual battery by multiple perpetrators and is being held with a $75,000 bond. Middle Tennessee State …

Award-winning investigative journalist Sharyl Attkisson gives a detailed look at her experience with the increasingly biased restrictions on news media. “Most everything you see on a given day, whether it’s social media online or when you turn on the TV news, it is so controlled by special interests, corporate interests and others who learned how …

During senior forward Cheyenne Parker’s short career at Middle Tennessee, she has racked up multiple awards and record-breaking statistics. On Jan. 31, during a match against UAB, Parker became the first Blue Raider in MTSU women’s basketball history to record a triple-double. Along with her scoring and rebounding ability, Parker set the MTSU single-game and …

by Jamie Cooley // Staff Writer Tucked away on Lytle Street just off the square, there’s a quaint business that houses and makes some of the finest local guitar parts and custom “made just for you” electric guitars. A welcoming scent of fresh wood shavings and newly polished guitars permeates the room. This is an …

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 …

Two young girls with pink matching backpacks walk out of Build-A-Bear Workshop and catch a glimpse of a familiar character roaming Opry Mills shopping center. The woman, wearing a teal sequined dress with a long, sheer train, flashes a welcoming grin in their direction. Their eyes widen, two smiles follow. “Elsa,” they say, in perfect unison. It’s a bustling day …