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Story by Ethan Pickering / Assistant Lifestyle Editor and Other Contributing Writers One year ago, Middle Tennessee State University students were scheduled to complete their first week back after spring break. That was the week that never was.          Before students could head back from their spring break destinations, university officials closed all face-to-face classes and …

On Tuesday, two students of Middle Tennessee State University were charged and arrested for a variety of crimes. According to the Tennessee Bureau of Investigations, “Rutherford County Grand Jury returned indictments charging Mohamed Gure, [22], with one count of Theft over $60,000, one count of Theft over $10,000, 30 counts of Forgery, and two counts …

The House passed the $1.9 trillion economic stimulus plan on Wednesday after revisions by the Senate. President Joe Biden is expected to sign it on Friday, which will start the process of sending direct payments of around $1,400 to American citizens, expanding child tax credit and extending a $300 weekly unemployment supplement. According to the …

After Middle Tennessee State University officials became suspicious of MTSU students Mohamed Gure and Mohamed Osman, an investigation determined they stole $114,145 from the University, according to News 4 Nashville. During the investigation led by Tennessee Comptroller’s Office and the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation, it was discovered that Gore and Osman had been submitting false …

The attack could further strain relations with Iran and lead to more U.S. involvement in the region Story by Brendon Donoho / Contributing Writer President Biden’s administration took its first major military action on Thursday by launching airstrikes targeting facilities on the Syrian side of the Syria-Iraq border. According to the Syrian Observatory for Human …

Story by Kristi Jones / Contributing Writer Middle Tennessee State University now has two places where the community, staff and students can receive the COVID-19 vaccination. Individuals can go to the Cason-Kennedy nursing building and the Rec Center Lobby. MTSU Murphy Center secretary Andrea Sakoff, left, is checked in by Vinny Black, right, health educator …