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Story by Kailee Shores | Assistant News Editor Middle Tennessee State University College of Media and Entertainment students worked in association with Bonnaroo and the streaming service Hulu to produce 21 concerts on the Who Stage and the Other Stage at Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival from June 16 to June 19. MTSU senior Kayla …

Story and Photo by Savannah Williams | Contributing Writer The Murfreesboro community comes together every Friday evening to shop among local vendors and food trucks, while appreciating live music in the warm summer air at the Friday Night Market in the Boro.  From April 1 to October 7, Murfreesboro Markets and Events hosts this market …

Story and photo by Destiny Mizell / Contributing Writer On Wednesday, people across the globe were seen wearing denim jeans, jackets, vests and more to stand in solidarity with survivors and victims of sexual assault. Middle Tennessee State University students, faculty and staff commemorated this day by showcasing their denimwear. In addition, organizations such as …

Story and photos by Destiny Mizell / Contributing Writer Wondering what those loud smashing sounds and uplifting cheers were all about in the Middle Tennessee State University Campus Recreation Center on Wednesday? Only the fifth event in MTSU’s De-Stress Fest: Take 15 week! April 11 through 15, MTSU carved time out to incorporate events that …

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’ …