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Photo courtesy of mtsunews.com Story and photos by Elaina Nolan / Contributing Writer Throughout the week, MTSU students, faculty and alumni visited campus to present for the annual Scholars Week.  On Wednesday, MTSU’s Media and Entertainment professors shared some of their research and latest findings with students, delivering presentations. Each of the professors in the …

Photo and story by Sabrina Tyson / Contributing Writer On Friday, Middle Tennessee State University students conducted research through an event, titled “Gendering the Holodeck,” in which they played a virtual reality game based on “Star Trek.” The study, which took place in the Bragg Media and Entertainment Building, focused on how the gamers would …

MTSU election viewing party (MTSU Sidelines/ Olivia Ladd)

Photos by Olivia Ladd/ Lifestyles Editor On Tuesday, students, faculty and staff gathered in the Media and Entertainment building to view live coverage of the 2016 presidential election during MTSU’s Election Watch Party. MTSU’s student media covered the election while the Student Government Association, College Republicans, College Democrats and other student organizations watched the results …

Jonatha Brooke at MTSU (MTSU Sidelines/ Marissa Gaston)

Photo by Marissa Gaston/ Contributing photographer By Marissa Gaston/ Contributing writer Singer-songwriter Jonatha Brooke visited the MTSU College of Media and Entertainment Thursday with her co-producer and MTSU alumnus Mark Hornsby for a live, in-studio demonstration and talk. The artist has been recording since the 1980s and is famous for her folk, pop and rock combinations …

In an effort to modernize the college, what was formerly MTSU’s College of Mass Communication is now the College of Media and Entertainment. This change, effective August 2015, was “long over due” according to Media and Entertainment dean, Ken Paulson, who believes the rebranding will better represent the college. “Mass Communications isn’t what we are anymore,” Paulson …