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Story by Serena Vasudeva | Contributing Writer Protesters and Student Government Association members heard from Middle Tennessee State University Police Chief Edwin Kaup Thursday about an arrest at True Blue Parking Garage that week.  Kaup revealed previously unkown details about the arrest and addressed criticism of the arresting officers in the wake of videos of …

Story by Brian Branch | Contributing Writer Middle Tennessee State University Police Department Chief Edwin Kaup revealed previously unknown details Thursday concerning an arrest in True Blue Parking Garage on Oct. 5. Witnesses captured the arrest on video, sparking controversy about the responding officers’ behavior. Leading up to the arrest, the suspects forced their way …

Story by Kayla Walker | Contributing Writer Voting for Homecoming king and queen elections opens today at Middle Tennessee State University. 15 candidates are running this election, nine for queen and six for king. “I am most excited to see who all will make it onto Homecoming Court,” Student Government Association Election Commissioner Robert Carey …

Story by Serena Vasudeva | Contributing Writer The American Democracy Project is hosting a voter registration drive that will last until October 7.  On Tuesday, a blue canopy tent was pitched outside of the Keathley University Center. Underneath it, Luke Cameron helped students complete their voter registration forms. Luke Cameron, a member of the American …

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 and Photos by Delaney Rohrs | Contributing Writer Though every other court of the Rec Center Gym on campus was filled with intramural basketball games in full swing on Thursday, the last court all the way to the right, hosted students who were working hard to pack meals for local food pantries at the …