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Story and Photos by Mikayla Hart | Contributing Writer This week’s Spare-hosted event, “Sunset Showcase,” was moved inside of the Student Union at Middle Tennessee State University due to severe weather on Wednesday evening. However, the unexpected change of location did not stop singer-songwriter, Kenna Elpers from delivering a top-notch performance.  A frequent performer at …

Story and Photos by Stephanie Hall | Contributing Writer After two years, the 9th annual LGBT+ College Conference was finally held in person over the weekend in the Student Union at Middle Tennessee State University.  The conference invites LGBT+ organizations across the state to come to take part in panels, listen to many guest speakers …

Story and Photos by Wendy Keough | Contributing Writer Dr. Nancy Yunhwa Rao of Rutgers University enlightened a group of listeners about the history and migration of Chinese opera in the United States and the influences it had on American music. She spoke to attendees on the history of Chinese immigration to America, explaining that …

Story by Stephanie Hall | Contributing Writer Photos provided by Middle Tennessee State University Theatre Program Middle Tennessee State University Theatre Department show season comes to end with “Fun Home,” a biographical musical based on the graphic novel of the same name. It ran from April 7-10 at Tucker Theatre.   “Fun Home” is the story …

Story by Michael Cremin | Contributing Writer This Tuesday, April 12 Silent No Longer TN will be teaming up with Middle Tennessee State University’s June Anderson Center for Women and Nontraditional Students, to bring “Walk a Mile In Their Shoes” to campus. “Walk a Mile In Their Shoes” is an annual event and is an …

Story by Sam Long | Assistant Lifestyles Editor Following a hiatus due to COVID-19, Middle Tennessee State University returned to the Grammys this past weekend! Originally an annual experience, the trip offers the opportunity to celebrate alumni nominees and provide students with career-building experiences. MTSU President Sidney A. McPhee joined faculty, students and administrators from the colleges …