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Story by Cassie Sistoso / Assitant News Editor Photos via MTSU On Thursday, Middle Tennessee State University’s MT Engage hosted a variety of events for “Communities Surviving Together: Communicating and Working for Social and Racial Justice During a Pandemic.” One of which is a panel event of local activists in the Middle Tennessee area that …

Photo and story by Ashley Perham As part of MT Engage week, Middle Tennessee State University hosted Connecting Through Story: An Exploration of Literacy Experiences. The two-day event allowed students to get hands-on experiences with primary research by interviewing each other about their literacy practices. Tuesday, Jakob Lewis of WPLN presented a workshop on audio …

Photo by Anh Le / MTSU Sidelines Story by Emily Blalock / Contributing Writer MTSU’s Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies hosted Brett Esaki’s lecture on discussing the controversies surrounding historical monuments on Friday in the James Union Building. Esaki, who is a visiting assistant professor from the University of Arizona, specializes in Asian-American studies …

Photo and Story by Connor Burnard / Contributing Writer On Friday afternoon in the Miller Education Center on Bell Street, MTSU’s Lower Division English department held its first Celebration of Student Writing. The event, sponsored by the MTSU Department of English and MT Engage, included dozens of student displays and presentations of student writing from …

MT Engage, MTSU’s new “Quality Enhancement Plan,” will officially replace MTSU Experiential Learning (EXL) courses beginning in the Fall of 2016. The decision to begin MT Engage was announced in 2014 and will take about five years to be implemented in all college learning levels, according to the university’s website. “The Southern Association of Colleges and …