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MTSU’s Student Government Association voted Thursday to officially oppose a bill proposed last month by State House Representative Andy Holt that would allow full time employees of state colleges and universities carry guns on campuses in Tennessee. The SGA bill passed by a 14 to 12 vote and states that SGA’s executive board will send a …

When love crosses borders meeting

By Maya Scruggs // Contributing Writer | Photo courtesy of Destinee Boyd Students gathered in the Media and Entertianment Building on Tuesday to have a panel discussion centered around interracial dating called “When Love Crosses Borders.” Those who are looking to get into an interracial relationship can use a site like Interracial Dating Central to …

Murfreesboro Snow Northfield Commons

Story by Elisabeth Bradley // Contributing Writer | Photo by Dylan Skye Aycock // Editor-in-Chief Roadways in the Middle Tennessee area are expected to remain slick with snow and ice through Thursday morning. The National Weather Service warns motorists to remain cautious when traveling off of main roads. The Tennessee Department of Transportation is well prepared …

Photo by Sarah Grace Taylor // Managing Editor Scattered snow showers are possible throughout the day on Wednesday and before midnight in the Nashville and Murfreesboro area, according to the National Weather Service. There is a 50 percent chance of further precipitation today and 40 percent chance of snow showers for tonight with snow accumulation of …

Pulitzer Prize-winning biographer Jon Meacham joined more than 150 MTSU students, faculty and community members to discuss his latest biography and patterns in modern presidential elections Tuesday afternoon. Meacham’s discussion, though largely focused on his biography, Destiny and Power: The American Odyssey of George Herbert Walker Bush, took place just hours before the New Hampshire primary and, fittingly, included plenty …

MTSU Snow Ice

Photo by Sarah Grace Taylor // Managing Editor MTSU will close Wednesday due to the winter weather that hit Middle Tennessee this week, according to university president Sidney McPhee. “We’re about to send text that #MTSU will close Wednesday for students and staff. Stay safe. Study!” McPhee tweeted at 10:15 p.m. Tuesday. All classes and university …