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Mental Health


Photo Courtesy of Mindful.org Story by Felicia Parks/Contributing Writer The mind is the most powerful tool you have at your disposal. During this time of stress and uncertainty in the face of the pandemic, it is more important than ever that we take necessary steps to be sure we are maintaining our mental health. Jessica …

A letterboard lays against a pink background: it says "self-care isn't selfish"

Story by Charlie Crump/ Contributing Writer With the major arrival of the COVID-19 virus in Middle Tennessee, most students are being forced to practice social distancing as a result of university and local school closures. With the MTSU’s closing, all on-campus activities—including, of course, classes—are canceled. This leaves many students with no other option but …

Photos courtesy of Jack Millard This article is pulled from the front page of Sidelines’ first October print edition. Pick up your copy today in numerous locations across MTSU’s campus.  Six years ago, actor and artist Jack Millard tragically lost his wife of 17 ½ years to a car accident while she was in the …

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Photo by David Taylor / MTSU Sidelines Archive Story by Ashley Perham / Contributing Writer MTSU has received a three-year grant to implement a program to enable university personnel and students to identify possible mental health problems in their peers and point them to available resources. The grant, worth over $365,000, is funded by the …

Photo courtesy of Pexels Going away to college is an exciting time – for most. It’s a time to explore new interests and to form relationships and connections with your fellow students. College can be the start of your new life; but let’s face it, life is pretty scary sometimes. Everyone moves at their own …

Black and red flags dotted the lawn in front of the Student Union Wednesday morning to raise awareness of the prevalence of suicide on college campuses. This is the second year that MTSU’s chapter of To Write Love on Her Arms, a non-profit organization devoted to “providing hope” to those struggling with mental illness or …