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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 Peyton Tranas / Contributing Writer “You deserve to own the art you make.”taylor swift Early on Thursday morning, Taylor Swift made a huge announcement on Good Morning America: she’s releasing a new album– kind of. In a post made by Swift on Thursday morning following the “Good Morning America” announcement, Swift confirmed that …

Photo courtesy of  Nordista Freeze Story by Alyssa Poston/Contributing Writer Nordista Freeze, a local artist and fan favorite for students at MTSU, released his newest single this past weekend. Although he is currently touring southeastern states until early April, he’s managed to continue producing content. “Dolphin” is the third release he’s done in three months. …

Photo courtesy of Rutherford County Sherrif’s Department Kelsey Ketron, daughter of Rutherford County Mayor, Bill Ketron, has been indicted on over 70 charges relating to fraud as an employee of Universal International Insurance according to Murfreesboro police department. Police said Ketron was served with charges Monday evening at her home in Murfreesboro and taken to …

Photo courtesy of Shelter Cove Story and Photos by Elizabeth Juengling/Contributing Writer Shelter Cove, a popular local band comprised of MTSU students, released their newest single “Shut the Lights Out” on Oct. 25, 2019.  Shelter Cove is a self-described pop/rock group consisting of vocalist Abbie Garrett, guitarist Ethan Forrest and drummer Andy Modaff.  “Shut the …

Photo courtesy of SongKick Story by Max Leach / Assistant Lifestyles Editor  The Liverpool surf-pop rockers known as the band Her’s were both killed in a fatal car crash early Wednesday morning while traveling to a show in Santa Ana, California. The duo—Audun Laading and Stephen Fitzpatrick—died alongside their tour manager, Trevor Engelbrekston. The band …