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Story by Destiny Mizell / Contributing Writer Photo by John Lane / Contributing Photographer and Toriana Williams / News Editor Many cities in Tennessee have streets dedicated to Martin Luther King Jr., and his dedication to civil rights, yet Murfreesboro has yet to follow suit. Since recent civil protests and an increase of the prominence …

Story by Ashley Barrientos / Lifestyles Editor Cover photo designed by Toriana Williams / News Editor Biden’s predecessor was known for lack of environmental policy and enforcing little to no regulations, but the new president has recently signed multiple climate-oriented executive actions that aim to combat global warming.  Biden’s first environmental order: rejoining the Paris …

Story by Ashley Barrientos / Lifestyles Editor Cover photo designed by Toriana Williams / News Editor Joe Biden bolstered his presidential campaign with promises to reverse Trump’s anti-immigration legacy. Since taking office, Biden has signed off on eight executive actions pertaining to U.S. immigration reform. Official portrait of Vice President Joe Biden in his West …

Story by Kristi Jones / Contributing Writer Millions of COVID-19 vaccines are being sent out around the world, but new variants of the virus have confused the Center for Disease Control and companies making new vaccines. The community, state and world have seen the highest numbers of COVID-19 cases since March. Middle Tennessee State University’s …

Story by Sara Roesch / Contributing Writer Cover photo via Barack Obama’s Twitter After a trialing year in 2020, it is as important as ever to recognize and honor the annual celebration of Black History month. The roots of Black History month began in 1915 when Carter G. Woodson, a Harvard doctoral graduate, was inspired by a …

Story and cover photo by Ethan Pickering / Contributing Writer In artist Wayne Brezinka’s crowded studio, famous figures come to life. A portrait of George Floyd, the Minneapolis man whose death by police sparked a summer of marches and demonstrations, sits solemnly on an easel in the center of the room.  From another spot, public …