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Story and photos by Matthew Giffin / Contributing Writer Student organizations at Middle Tennessee State University raised money for the American Cancer Society during its Relay for Life event in the Student Union atrium on Friday evening. Relay for Life volunteers lead the event with an American Cancer Society banner. From 5 p.m. to 8 …

Story and photos by Kailee Shores / Assistant News Editor The Middle Tennessee State University Student Government Association passed a bill to take a stance against academic censorship in Tennessee higher education on Thursday. There are three bills in the Tennessee legislature and one bill already on Gov. Bill Lee’s desk that will hinder professors’ …

Story by Michael Cremin | Contributing Writer This Tuesday, April 12 Silent No Longer TN will be teaming up with Middle Tennessee State University’s June Anderson Center for Women and Nontraditional Students, to bring “Walk a Mile In Their Shoes” to campus. “Walk a Mile In Their Shoes” is an annual event and is an …

Story and photos by Toriana Williams / News Writer The Student Government Association of Middle Tennessee State University held their Presidential and Vice Presidential debate on Wednesday evening. The debate was held to help voters decide between candidates for SGA’s upcoming election from April 11 until April 14. Vice Presidential candidates Logan Mcvey and Cameron …

Story by Sam Long | Assistant Lifestyles Editor Following a hiatus due to COVID-19, Middle Tennessee State University returned to the Grammys this past weekend! Originally an annual experience, the trip offers the opportunity to celebrate alumni nominees and provide students with career-building experiences. MTSU President Sidney A. McPhee joined faculty, students and administrators from the colleges …

Story by Destiny Mizell / Contributing Writer The Honors College building buzzed with discussion concerning topics such as religion, public policy and government on Tuesday.  John Vile, Dean of the Honors College and scholar of the United States constitution, explored how religion and public policies have coincided with one another throughout America’s history. Ken Paulson, …