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Story by Stephanie Hall | Contributing Writer Photos by Makayla Sulcer | MTSU Photo Society In a packed room on a Tuesday evening, students listened to and viewed the work of photographer Stacy Kranitz. The event was hosted by Middle Tennessee State University’s Photo Society. Kranitz at MTSU. Stacy Kranitz is mostly known for her …

Story and Photos by DeAngelo Conley | Contributing Writer Former Middle Tennessee State University student opened a retro sneaker store named “Run It Back,” last month in the Avenue Murfreesboro shopping center. Celebrating their grand opening on Aug. 13, the store mainly sells Michael Jordan retro shoes, Yeezys, Dunks and various other heavily sought-after shoes.  Walking in, you will see …

Story by Stephanie Hall and Jordan Reining | Contributing Writers Photos by Reggie Johnson | Photographer Middle Tennessee State University hosted its annual “Battle of the Branches” blood drive with the American Red Cross to honor of 9/11. The “Battle of the Branches” was organized on Sept. 6 with the spirit of competition in mind …

Story by Destiny Mizell | Assistant Lifestyles Editor Signed guitair presented to Mayor McFarland by Live Notes Inc. Photo from Mike Browning | PIO On Aug. 10, the city of Murfreesboro finalized plans with Live Notes Inc. to bring the largest-capacity entertainment venue Murfreesboro has ever seen. The Sunset Music Colosseum on the River will …

Story by Stephanie Hall | Contributing Writer Photos from MTSU by James Cessna | MTSU News and Media Relations “College Humor” alum Adam Conover visited MTSU on Aug. 27 for SPARE’s Night of Comedy. He is well known for his Netflix show “Adam Ruins Everything” and being a recurring character on “BoJack Horseman.”   Adam Conover opened the night with a story about …

Photos and Stories by MTSU Seigenthaler News Service Middle Tennessee State University alumna and country music artist HunterGirl made the final three on American Idol’s 20th season. She comes from Winchester, Tenn. and made it on the show through playing and songwriting in the Nashville music scene. HunterGirl, 23, known by her Franklin County High …