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Story by Mikayla Hart | Contributing Writer Marketing professor at Middle Tennessee State University Dr. Rajesh Srivastava, or more well known as Dr. Raj, has been combining his marketing expertise with his new-found passion for content creation. What started as a short welcome TikTok video for his students has turned into a platform with over …

Photo courtesy of IMDb Story by Matthew Giffin | Contributing Writer Matt Reeves’ “The Batman” is arguably the superhero icon’s best cinematic outing yet, headlined by big names and having the biggest box office opening weekend in North America since the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic, second only to “Spider-Man: No Way Home.” The film …

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, …

Story and photos by Wendy Keough | Contributing Writer Dr. Jacqueline “Jackie” Walters discussed and related her experiences as a Black woman for this year’s National Black History Month theme of health and wellness and the National Women’s History Month theme of healing and hope this Monday at Middle Tennessee State University.  Dr. Walters is an …

Story by Maddy Williams | Contributing Writer Midterms are approaching, leading to increased stress for students. It’s important to take care of your mental health in the midst of the deadlines.  While it’s important to turn in your assignments on time and study for your upcoming exams, you can’t sacrifice rest and taking care of …