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Story and Photos by Stephanie Hall | Contributing Writer If you have walked through the KUC in the past two weeks, you might have noticed photos and artwork featured in the lounge area on the second floor. Those images are the photos, drawings and paintings of two Vietnam veterans in their art exhibit “Vietnam Then & Now.”  …

Story by Sydney Schettler | Contributing Writer Photos by Lauren Harwood | Photographer MTSU students were given the opportunity to sell and promote their art at the Art Festival in collaboration with the ‘Boro International Festival outside of the Student Union Building on Saturday. The Art Festival was organized by Morgan Butler to provide a …

Photos and Captions by Georgia Smith | Contributing Writer Middle Tennessee State University Photo Society gathered to celebrate the spooky season with a Halloween photo shoot on Oct. 26. Student photographers were able to capture pictures at the McFarland building; experimenting with lights and fun props. With Halloween hits on the radio, creative juices flowing …

Story by Stephanie Hall | Contributing Writer Photos by Makayla Sulcer | MTSU Photo Society In a packed room on a Tuesday evening, students listened to and viewed the work of photographer Stacy Kranitz. The event was hosted by Middle Tennessee State University’s Photo Society. Kranitz at MTSU. Stacy Kranitz is mostly known for her …

Story and photos by Reggie Johnson Jr. | Contributing Writer and Photographer What does this piece mean to you? Jimmy Mumford is Middle Tennessee State University’s newest chair member in their art department. Mumford took the position back in March 2022. He previously taught graphic design at Jackson State University. Mumford graduated with a BFA …

Story by Zoe Naylor | Contributing Writer Photos by Darwin Alberto | Photographer Photographer and author David Paul Bayles spoke about his many photography projects on the multifaceted beauty of trees at Middle Tennessee State University on Feb. 19. His work — much of which centers around trees and forestry — included evocative portraits of …