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Photos and story by Destiny Mizell / Contributing Writer Music and excitement radiated from the Student Union Commons at Middle Tennessee State University on Tuesday. This resulted from Connection Point’s “Meet Murfreesboro” event from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. “Meet Murfreesboro” is an engaging event for students both new and pre-existing to have the opportunity …

Story by Destiny Mizell / Contributing Writer Photo via Toriana Williams / News Editor After being postponed several times, Bonnaroo will take place, along with new vaccine and mask mandates. Last year, when the COVID-19 pandemic was relatively new, the Bonnaroo festival was postponed from its original June dates. The festival was postponed two more …

Photo via MTSU Charles Lowe is the third and last candidate to be interviewed in an open campus forum in the Sam H. Ingram building on Middle Tennessee State University on Monday at 11:00 a.m. “I’d like to start off by saying that university policing is my actual chosen profession,” said Lowe, who has been …

Photo via MTSU Middle Tennessee State University has had a food pantry for students since 2012. Now donations are needed due to an increase of students in crisis as a result of COVID-19. Laura Clippard, International Fellowships and Honors College Coordinator, stated via email, “I am told that many MTSU students now face greater housing …

Photo via Pexels President Sidney McPhee has announced via email that masks will again be required inside university facilities. Due to increased positive COVID-19 cases with the Delta variant, the Centers for Disease Control has responded by announcing new guidelines to help slow the spread. “In keeping with these recommendations, effective Wednesday, August 11, we …

Photo via MTSUPD The community interviewed Terence Calloway at 11 a.m. on Thursday within the Sam H. Ingram Building on Middle Tennesse State University campus. Calloway, who currently works for Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University as chief of police, has been in law enforcement for 25 years. At one point in those 25 years, Calloway …