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Styles mid-performance Story and Photos by Morgan Baker | Contributing Writer Imagine a packed sports arena full of masked up and vaccinated concertgoers. The British superstar Harry Styles performed a sold-out concert at Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, TN on Oct. 1 as a part of the long-awaited “Love on Tour.” To attend the concerts, necessary precautions …

Story by Abigail Ostovich | Contributing Writer “Music Monday” at Middle Tennessee State University brought the lovely singer and songwriter Erin Riley to the stage this past Monday.  Erin Riley was born and raised in Texas and is a transfer student studying commercial songwriting here at MTSU. Music has always played a huge part in …

Story by Stephanie Hall | Contributing Writer Photos by Ethan Pickering | Lifestyles Editor Talented students at Middle Tennessee State University showed off their culture and abilities at the Rep Your Roots talent show on Sept. 16, 2021. Located outside the Student Union, students had a fun-filled evening watching the acts.   Chris Rochelle, an agent for the Veteran Center at MTSU, was helping work …

Story by Colby Turner | Contributing Writer After weeks of sneak peeks and promotions on social media, NCT 127 is back with their third full-length album, titled “Sticker.”  The album showcases the unit’s talented and creative vocal and rap lines in both high-tempo experimental songs and slow jams, all of which are dedicated to their loyal …

Story by John Cantor | Assistant Lifestyles Editor Photos by Reagan McKay and Ellie Fields | Contributing Photographers Cassie Joy and Iris and the band rocked out this past Monday, September 13 at the Keathley University Center Theater. This group of exuberant student musicians was a part of the organization Middle Tennessee Spare’s student concert …

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 …