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Story and photos by Christa Adams Adams is a travel writer and 2017 graduate of MTSU’s School of Journalism and Strategic Media. She is a native of  Morristown, Tennessee, and is currently based in Barcelona, Spain. Life right now feels like it’s been pulled from a dystopian novel. Police officers monitoring eerily empty streets, citizens …

Illustration courtesy of Angele Latham Story by Brandon Black/Lifestyles Editor Howdy everyone, Lifestyles editor Brandon here. I am currently in a form of semi-quarantine with my family at a house in what feels like the middle of nowhere. There is a serious lack of reliable wi-fi, the house contains more stink bugs and wasps than …

Illustrations by Angele Latham Amidst all of the chaos, misinformation, and the general upheavery surrounding COVID-19, it’s hard to tell what the truth is and what is not. And yeah, there’s a lot going on. Most of us can confidently say that we have never been through a pandemic before—much less one that is threatening …

This is a live updated list of all MTSU coronavirus responses, cancellations, and changes. This will be updated as the university puts out more memos. If this list is missing anything, please contact editor@mtsusidelines.com.  MTSU COVID-19 Responses The first confirmed case of COVID-19 was reported on MTSU’s campus on March 26. Read more here. Educational …

Middle Tennessee State University resembled more of a ghost town than a campus Tuesday, just two days after students were originally set to return from spring break, before the coronavirus pandemic forced the closure of the university. Sidewalks usually streaming with students and parking lots usually swarming with cars were silent and still as students, …

Story by Makayla Boling Photo Courtesy of www.dropkickmurphys.com  Today, as most of you know, is St. Patrick’s Day. It is a day where many look forward to sloppy, unsanitary gatherings in cramped pubs with friends and strangers alike. However due to recent circumstances surrounding COVID-19, bars, restaurants and other gathering places are closed to the …