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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 Middle Tennessee State University Student Newt Schottelkotte created a podcast called “Where the Stars Fell” in the pandemic as an opportunity for artistic expression. “Where the Stars Fell” is a supernatural fantasy podcast that has two seasons out on platforms such as Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Stitcher and Google Podcasts.  Schottelkotte, studying …

Story and Photos by Jordan Reining | Contributing Writer Middle Tennessee State University hosted the 6th annual ‘Boro International Festival, celebrating diverse cultures around the world that are represented at MTSU, across Murfreesboro and beyond. The event, hosted Oct. 22 in the Student Union Commons, was sponsored by Intercultural Awareness and Education Experience (IAEE) and …

Story and Photos by Jordan Reining | Contributing Writer The 12th annual ‘Fiber in the Boro’ festival was held at the Lane-Agri Park Community Center on Saturday, Oct. 29.  The fiber festival had a range of vendors housed around the building selling fiber, yarn, books and other handmade items. Demonstrations were held at certain booths …

Story and Photos by Lauren Harwood | Contributing Writer Walking through the halls of historic buildings like Rutledge Hall, the James E. Walker Library or the Wiser-Patten Science Hall – you can almost feel a presence. There’s a certain wind in the air that, when it hits you, compels you to imagine Middle Tennessee State University as …

Story and Photo by Elise Sandlin | Contributing Writer Leslie Haines, a Visual Communications professor at Middle Tennessee State University, says she was in the best shape of her life when she found out about her diagnosis of nearly Stage 3 breast cancer.  It was like any other ordinary night in 2015, when Haines rolled …