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Photos by Ethan Pickering / Assistant Lifestyles Editor The fashion world is notorious for its fast pace and ever-evolving grandeur. But the COVID-19 pandemic has thrown a long-lasting wrench into the multi-billion dollar industry.  The TXMD Spring Runway Show was one of the most highly coveted events for Middle Tennessee State University’s Textile and Merchandising …

Story by John Cantor / Core Writer The continuing student artist series “Music Mondays” swung into the new week this past Monday with the sweet songs of Match Records artist Chase Cimala. Cimala, currently a freshman at Middle Tennessee State University, is a 20-year-old singer-songwriter from the small town of Somerset, Kentucky. Chase Cimala (left) …

Story and photos by Ethan Pickering – Assistant Editor The Baldwin Photographic Gallery is hosting “An Eye for Justice” photo gallery on the second floor of the Bragg Media and Entertainment Building from February 4 to April 15, 2021. The exhibit features two separate photo galleries by the same photographer, Morrie Camhi. Camhi was born …

Photos by IMBD, Her Story, Rolling Stone, New York Times, All Together “At the end of the day, we can endure much more than we think we can.” Frida Kahlo Women’s History Month was created in 1987 to honor women’s contributions to American History. It’s during this month that we celebrate the women of our …

Story by Kaleah Wooten / Contributing Writer Photo by Vulture “Chemtrails Over the Country Club” is music’s latest American anthem. But, Lana isn’t paying tribute to our founding fathers in this album– she’s exposing the ins and outs of womanhood while tying in her opinions about American society.  Released on Friday, “Chemtrails” is Lana’s 11-track Americana …

Story by Peyton Tranas / Core Writer Photos by Rolling Stone, Pitchfork, and Los Angeles Times On Sunday night, the Grammy Awards proved that it is possible to execute an in-person award show during the coronavirus pandemic.  Many other award shows have taken the Zoom approach (and failed), but the 63rd Grammys was nearly entirely …