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Nashville R&B artist Bren Joy performs at MTSU on April 28th, 2021 in Murfreesboro, Tenn. (John Lane / MTSU Sidelines) Photos and story by John Lane On Wednesday, April 28th, Nashville R&B artist Bren Joy performed at Middle Tennessee State University’s annual Spring Concert, alongside emcee and comedian Dusty Slay and Atlanta R&B artist Jevonté. …

Photos by Kaleah Wooten | Contributing Writer This past Thursday, beautiful melodies breezed through Middle Tennessee State University’s campus when MTSU’s School of Music’s Harp Studio played a pop-up concert in the Quad.  Right outside the library, listeners got to witness classical standards, musical theatre favorites and R&B hits staged on the harp, one of …

Story and photos by:  Ethan Pickering / Assistant Lifestyles Editor  Ashley Barrientos / Lifestyles Editor The air bubbled with anticipation as designers hurriedly made final touches on their finished products. Models strutted backstage, clomping around in high heels and donning colorful fabrics and patterns. TV crew members flipped switches, fiddled with notches, and talked hurriedly …

Story by Kristi Jones / Contributing Writer The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Food and Drug Administration stated that they were putting a “pause” on the Johnson & Johnson vaccine after six women between the ages of 18 and 48 developed rare, but severe, blood clots. One woman has died. The clots, …

Middle Tennessee State University held its 20th Annual Student Film Festival last Tuesday and Wednesday at the Keathley University Center.  Of the 25 films submitted to the festival, only eight won official awards at the ceremony last Thursday.  From the giddy and comical humor in “Orange Juice,” directed by James Roberson, to the dark and …

Story by Ethan Pickering / Assistant Lifestyles Editor Photos by Ethan Pickering / Assistant Lifestyles Editor Middle Tennessee State University’s Textile and Merchandising department is hosting their big fashion show this week. The program will be entirely virtual this year, in contrast to previous years, because of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Everyone involved in the …