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Story by Destiny Mizell / Contributing Writer Photo via MTSU On Monday, Middle Tennessee State University kicked off their second week by showing students their on-campus resources in the Student Union Atrium between 11 am and 2 pm.  MTSU Connection Point makes it a point to ensure that students are aware of the free services …

Photos and story by John Lane / Contributing Writer and Photographer On Thursday, Middle Tennessee State University’s June Anderson Center For Women And Nontraditional Students held an event in the Student Union commons to kickoff Sexual Assault Awareness Month. This event had multiple aims including: raising awareness for the existence of Sexual Assault Awareness Month, …

Story by Jamie Sontany / Contributing Writer Photo by Toriana Williams / News Editor Middle Tennessee State University held its Suicide Prevention Mental Health and Wellness Virtual Fair on Tuesday, Sept. 29. Hosted by Counseling Services counselors as well as staff from the June Anderson Center for Women and Nontraditional Students, the fair featured presentations …

Story by Megan Tracy / Contributing Writer Photo courtesy of Blue Raider Athletics Every year, the June Anderson Center for Women and Non-traditional Students hosts the Walk a Mile in Their Shoes event to promote awareness for dating and domestic violence. This year, they’re doing it a little bit differently. JAC Director Maigan Wipfli encourages …

Photos and Story by Desiree Masencup / Contributing Writer  The Alpha Omicron Pi Sorority and June Anderson Center for Women and Nontraditional Students hosted ‘Scaling the Glass Ceiling,” a panel discussion addressing gender equality, on Thursday. The panel was comprised of Heather Adams, CEO of Choice Media and Entertainment; Dia Cirillo, president of the American …

Photo by Greg French / MTSU Sidelines Archive While Saturday’s “blackout” football game at Floyd Stadium will predominately feature one color, MTSU Athletics and other campus organizations will be making a statement against gender-based violence with small, teal ribbons. During the game, representatives from MTSU’s Student Government Association and MTSU Athletics will be passing out …