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Story and Photos by Mikayla Hart | Contributing Writer Singer-songwriter and Middle Tennessee State University student, Maya Nicole performed at the Keathley University Center Theater this week for the Spare-hosted event, “Wednesday Night Live.” With her clean melodies, rich tone, and old soul, Maya took the crowd on a journey through her seven-song set.   Maya …

Photo courtesy of TPAC Story by Ethan Pickering | Lifestyles Editor With a small ensemble, plenty of dramatic irony, and a web of lies, “Dear Evan Hansen” at the Tennessee Performing Arts Center was a deeply touching tale.  Text message and notification sounds play repeatedly as the audience filled up the house on opening night, …

Photo: Rock & Roll Hall of Fame member Felix Cavaliere during a performance in 2019. Publicity photo by Leon Volskis. Story by Sam Long | Assistant Editor All the world over, so easy to see / People everywhere just want a be free. “People Got to be Free” by the Rascals It’s the 1960s and …

Photo: MPAC dance group preforming Story by Stephanie Hall | Contributing Writer Photos by Darwin Alberto | Photographer “Showtime at the Apollo” has returned to Middle Tennessee State University for Black History Month. The show is meant to be a display of talent and singing, accompanied by audience participation. It was hosted on Feb. 24 …

Story and Photos by Wendy Keough | Contributing Writer Karaoke night at the Chris Young Cafe was met with excitement and smiles by Middle Tennessee State University students.  The Student Programming and Activities Office organized and staffed the event on Feb. 16 with volunteers and provided various snacks, candies and drinks waiting on tables near …

Story and Photos by Peyton Tranas | Contributing Writer Kacey Musgraves brought her “Star-Crossed: Unveiled” tour to Nashville. Bridgestone Arena glistened in rainbows and confetti as Musgraves performed songs from her “Star-Crossed” (2021) album, as well as hits from past albums. After having moved to Nashville nearly 13 years ago, this was practically a hometown show for …