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Story by Sam Long | Assistant Editor Photos courtesy of MT Lambda Instagram page The small crowd gathered in the glow of the pink, blue and white lights in front of the Student Union building, huddling together to keep from the bite of the late-November cold.  As the somber quiet began to settle, Dr. Marisa …

Story and photos by Cassie Clark / Contributing Writer Middle Tennessee State University hosted the “Communities Surviving Together: Communicating and Working for Social and Racial Justice During a Pandemic” outdoor fair event on Thursday, Sept. 23, as part of MT Engage Week. The event took place in the Student Union Commons, where around 35 different …

Story by Andrew Wigdor, Editor-in-Chief Photo courtesy of Joshua Rigsby For almost two decades, the SpringOut! Pride Week has been held on MTSU’s campus, and, since its inception, it has continued to become larger and more inclusive for students. The week of events, organized by MT Lambda, MTSU’s all-inclusive LGBT+ organization, began on Monday, wrapped …

Video by Nigel Shelly / Contributing Videographer Photo and story by Megan Cole / Contributing Writer Students came to the Tunnel of Oppression, which was set up in the Tom Jackson Building Wednesday, in order to learn more about topics of discrimination and oppression in various communities. The set up included black drapery all around …

Photo and story by Gerardo Palacios / Contributing Writer Death drops, rollerblading, backflips and more took place in the Keathley University Center Wednesday night during a Holiday Drag Show co-sponsored by MT Lambda and MT Spare. Meanwhile, tips were collected throughout the night for the Little Raiders Fund.  “This is actually not the first time …

Photos and Story by Anthony Merriweather and Megan Cole / Contributing Writers Hundreds of people gathered Saturday to celebrate inclusivity and interact with vendors on the historic Murfreesboro City Square at the second annual Boro Pride Festival. The event was organized by the Tennessee Equality Project’s Rutherford County Committee, a local arm of the TEP …