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Story by Luke Cameron | Contributing Writer Another summer at Middle Tennessee State University has meant another round of CUSTOMS sessions for transfer and freshman students. The school hosted almost 20 separate CUSTOMS events between the months of May and July.  CUSTOMS events help new students and their families get acclimated to campus. “Students participate in a couple …

Story by Savannah Williams | Contributing Writer Middle Tennessee State University’s Student Government Association will have a variety of positions open in the fall semester for students at any level.  SGA Communications Director Zoe Spikner, 20, is excited to welcome new recruits. “The Student Government Association is one of the greatest resources to students, traditional …

Story by Matthew Giffin | News Editor Four years after the Tennessee Historical Commission denied Middle Tennessee State University’s request to change the name of a building dedicated to the Confederate leader of the Ku Klux Klan in 1958, President Sidney McPhee remains committed to seeing Forrest Hall have another name. “I continue to believe …

Jason Irvin, assistant police chief of the Chattanooga Police Department Story by Savannah Williams | Contributing Writer Finalists for the position of Middle Tennessee State University Chief of Police have been selected and interviewed.  The finalists for this position are: — Jason Irvin, assistant police chief of the Chattanooga Police Department — Terrence J. Graves, evidence storage …

Story and Photo by Savannah Williams | Contributing Writer Middle Tennessee State University is hosting Customs throughout the summer to help new students transition into the community.  This themed orientation program mimics the process of entering a new country and going through customs.  New students are grouped together by majors, using country names to identify …

Story by Lily Manyara | Contributing Writer Music business students Cece Coakley and Oscar Dunn sat down for an interview with True Blue TV after their performance at the Who Stage Friday afternoon. Coakley, 20, performed as the featured artist alongside Dunn, 21, her bassist. After their Bonnaroo debut, the two were asked how they …