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Story by Destiny Mizell | Assistant Lifestyles Editor Photos by Lauren Harwood | Photographer Every day during lunch hour, hundreds of hungry students pile into the Middle Tennessee State University’s Student Union Building. To add some entertainment to what is the typically dreaded Monday, MTSU’s Student Programming & Raider Entertainment office, SPARE, has decided to host …

Story by Contributing Writer Brian Branch and Contributing Writer Corey Nave Second-floor balcony. Deck is covered in a low maintenance plant called sedum. (Photo by Brian Branch) Along the eastern wall of the yard is an etched construction site relief created by Gate Bluegrass Precast in Ashland, Tennessee. (Photo by Brian Branch) Middle Tennessee State …

Photos and Caption by Stephanie Hall | Contributing Writer With Middle Tennessee State University homecoming, comes the annual homecoming parade. With floats, the band and a lot of cars, this year’s parade hyped up all Blue Raider fans for the big game against Western Kentucky University on Oct. 15. President and Mrs. McPhee drives by …

Story and Photos by Stephanie Hall | Contributing Writer Animation is an incredibly long and tedious process, with a few seconds of animation taking hours to complete. For three teams of animation students from Middle Tennessee State University, they completed a 30-second animated short in just 24 hours.  Hosted by California State University, Long Beach professor …

After Tennessee’s law criminalizing abortion went into effect, Chloe Akers, a criminal defense attorney for the state of Tennessee, addressed MTSU students about the importance of voting and understanding the legislative process.  The new law makes it a criminal offense for anyone to perform an abortion, punishable up to 15 years in prison. Akers said …

Story by Corey Nave | Contributing Writer Seemingly random painted dashes and arrows litter Middle Tennessee State University’s campus. However, these dashes and arrows are not random at all. They serve an important role in the protection of MTSU’s buried infrastructure. These painted marks, called utility markings, also keep construction workers and ordinary citizens safe. …