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Story by Cassie Sistoso / Assitant News Editor Photos via MTSU On Thursday, Middle Tennessee State University’s MT Engage hosted a variety of events for “Communities Surviving Together: Communicating and Working for Social and Racial Justice During a Pandemic.” One of which is a panel event of local activists in the Middle Tennessee area that …

Story and photos by Cassie Clark / Contributing Writer Middle Tennessee State University hosted the “Communities Surviving Together: Communicating and Working for Social and Racial Justice During a Pandemic” outdoor fair event on Thursday, Sept. 23, as part of MT Engage Week. The event took place in the Student Union Commons, where around 35 different …

Story by Aubrey Salm / Contributing Writer On Monday, Middle Tennessee State University Fraternity and Sorority Life hosted a bystander training course discussing sexual violence and hazing. The two-hour session hosted by Leslie Merritt, MTSU director of Fraternity & Sorority Life, and Daleigh Thompson, a recent graduate of MTSU and advocate for consent and accountability, …

Story and photos by Madelyn Williams / Contributing Writer MoreTreeBoro is an organization created by Molly Taylor-Poleskey, assistant professor in the Department of History at Middle Tennessee State University. The goal of this organization is to plant more trees and protect existing trees in Murfreesboro. This aids in both the beautification of the city as …

On Tuesday, the Middle Tennessee State University Board of Trustees voted unanimously to “support efforts to gain permission from the state” to remove Nathan Forrest’s name from MTSU’s ROTC building, according to the Murfreesboro Voice. As President Sidney McPhee has expressed in earlier statements concerning Forrest Hall, the name is a painful reminder of the past. …

Story by Peyton Tranas | Core Writer When events began to be re-planned and put on schedules again, the world was under the assumption the pandemic would be significantly better, if not gone. Unfortunately, the COVID-19 pandemic is still here, but entertainment workers have to be able to get back to work. Venue workers and …