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Story by Destiny Mizell / Contributing Writer Ever since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, many businesses around and on campus have observed new hours of operation and sometimes services can take a little longer than they used to. Many students have noticed that fast food restaurants on campus close earlier than in the past. …

Story by Kailee Shores / Contributing Writer Photo by Bill Lickman / Contributing Photographer Two men drew a crowd to the Student Union Commons on a recent Wednesday afternoon after one of them shouted Bible verses to students, warning that homosexuality is a sin.  Terry Cohea and Glenn Yoder from Believer’s Chapel at Tullahoma, a …

Story by Cassie Clark / Contributing Writer Photo via MYP The Middle Tennessee State University Ignite program hosted a panel featuring two Murfreesboro Young Professionals organization representatives on Monday, Oct. 25. Chair of MYP Chase Salas and Membership Chair Tosha Price talked to MTSU students about MYP and the various opportunities within the organization.  Chase …

Story by Maddy Williams / Contributing Writer Photo via Pexels Studying abroad may seem intimidating for students, either out of fear of traveling outside the United States or because of the cost. However, studying abroad provides once-in-a-lifetime experiences and opportunities, and scholarships and financial aid make it affordable for many students who take the time …

Story and photo by Gus Wright / Contributing Writer On Oct. 18, Middle Tennessee State University hosted Steve Cohen, Attorney and State Representative. Born in Tennessee, the Memphis-based politician served Tennessee’s State Legislature and the House of Representatives for years. One of his most notable achievements is being considered the “Father Of The Tennessee Lottery,” …

Story by Toriana Williams / News Editor Photo via Pexels Adjunct instructor Judge Donna Scott Davenport is no longer teaching at Middle Tennessee State University due to accusations regarding illegal arrests and incarceration of juveniles. Former MTSU adjunct instructor Judge Donna Scott Davenport. On Oct. 12, MTSU President Sidney McPhee sent an email that stated, …