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Story by Ryann Kieu / Contributing Writer Middle Tennessee State University is partnering with the Tennessee Department of Health and the MTSU School of Nursing to offer free flu shots to students in the month of October.  MTSU Health Services announced that they were given a grant from the health department through emails and social …

Story and photos by Colton Jones / Contributing Writer The spring and summer of 2020 will be remembered as the year that Nashvillians went to the lake. On any given weekend since warm weather returned, Nashville area lakes have been a beehive of activity. Precluded from going to the movies or traveling elsewhere due to …

Story by Kristi Jones / Contributing Writer Photos via Pexels Last Friday, Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron’s office released 15 hours of court tapes of the Breonna Taylor trials. Jefferson Circuit Judge Ann Bailey Smith ordered the release. The 15 hours are from the grand jury trials that took place on September 21-23. They show …

Story by Kristi Jones / Contributing Writer Photo via Google The Federal Government Education Department finalized the changes to the Title IX Policy and have been put into place since Aug. 14. “Our updated policy meets the new requirements of the federal regulations. The policy requires a member of the University community to file a …

Boom. The explosion from the detonated underwater mine blew a hole in the ship and split it in two. The LST-523, a 328-foot-long, brand-new American ship that was less than a year old, began to immediately sink. On top of the deck, four men were sitting inside the cab of a transport truck. The boat …

Samantha War climbs up a very sheer rock face. She is only about halfway up, and it is obvious that the climb is treacherous. Trees and roots surround her, indicating that she is deep in the woods.

Story by Samantha War/ Contributing Writer Hanging there, 100 feet in the air, a rope attached to my harness, I started to cry.  This was the last climb of my four-day camping and climbing trip at the Red River Gorge in Kentucky.  My last climb on a vertical sandstone wall was a route called “There’s …