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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 …

Story by Matthew Giffin / Contributing Writer For the fall semester, Middle Tennessee State University’s Student Body President-Elect is Executive Vice-President Jada Powell, who took 64 percent of the student vote, 444 in total. Sen. Cameron Paschal won Vice President with 68 percent of the vote, 475 in total. The current Student Body President, Winton …

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 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 and Photos by Matthew Giffin | Contributing Writer During a Student Government Association joint session, University President Sidney McPhee addressed the Senate. The Senate passed new legislation, confirmed four new senators and discussed a recent oversight regarding the delivery of student-written cards to Vanderbilt Children’s Hospital. In his address, McPhee announced plans to update …