Friday, October 15 2021

It’s been

233 days

Since Sidelines issued an open letter to state officials, including the Tennessee Historical Commission, to change the name of Forrest Hall.

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MTSU Dissociates With Judge Donna Davenport After Serious Accusations

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Baldwin Photographic Gallery hosts Urban Photographer James Singewald

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A Chat With A Breast Cancer Survivor

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Willis, Liberty Burn Blue Raiders

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News

Story by Toriana Williams / News Editor Photo via Pexels Adjunct instructor Judge Donna Scott Davenport is no longer teaching at Middle Tennessee State University due to accusations regarding illegal arrests and incarceration of juveniles. Former MTSU adjunct instructor Judge Donna Scott Davenport. On Oct. 12, MTSU President Sidney McPhee sent an email that stated, …

Story by Destiny Mizell / Contributing Writer Photo via Pexels Breast cancer is a disease that alters the lives of roughly 250,000 women in America and will take the lives of around 42,000 of those women each year. While it is uncommon, the Center for Disease Control and Prevention states, “About 1 out of every …

Story by Ashley Barrientos, Editor-in-Chief Photos by Planned Parenthood Generation Action at MTSU Planned Parenthood Generation Action at Middle Tennessee State University took to their Instagram account on Thursday to tell their followers about an incident in which an MTSU student uploaded a video of herself destroying the organization’s property.   The caption of a post …

Blue Raider Sports

Story by Matthew Giffin / Contributing Writer The Liberty University Flames (5-1) brought the heat against an outclassed but defiant Middle Tennessee State University (2-4, 1-2 Conference USA) on Saturday in Lynchburg, Virginia, with a final score of 41-13. The Flames’ offense ran up and down the field almost without interruption, led by Joshua Mack …

Story by Will Carter / Sports Editor Everything the players worked for was gone in the blink of an eye. The thought of a shutdown was in the back of everyone’s head, but no one expected it to come to fruition. The following season wasn’t any easier. Players were required to be tested every few …

Story by Britton Barnette / Contributing Writer The Blue Raiders (2-3-0) will have yet another tough test this week as they travel to Lynchburg, Virgina to face Hugh Freeze and the Liberty Flames (4-1-0), as well as their superstar quarterback Malik Willis. Saturday will mark Middle Tennessee’s first ever game at Williams Stadium, with the last meeting being a 27-7 victory for the Blue Raiders in Murfreesboro …

Lifestyles

Story and Photos by Ethan Pickering | Lifestyles Editor The Baldwin Photographic Gallery at Middle Tennessee State University hosts “Baltimore: Block by Block, Work in Progress” by photographer James Singewald from Sept. 16 to Oct. 28, 2021. The exhibit features a unique array of photos from the urban streets of the Northeastern United States, with …

Story by Abigail Ostovich | Contributing Writer “Music Monday” at Middle Tennessee State University brought the lovely singer and songwriter Erin Riley to the stage this past Monday.  Erin Riley was born and raised in Texas and is a transfer student studying commercial songwriting here at MTSU. Music has always played a huge part in …

Take a compliment, leave a compliment activity Story and Photos by Bren Jackson | Contributing Writer September is National Suicide Prevention Awareness Month. In recognition of this, Middle Tennessee State University Counseling Services hosted their annual Mental Health Wellness and Suicide Prevention Fair on campus. The event took place Sept. 22 inside the Student Union …

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