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Story by Alyssa Williams | Contributing Writer Middle Tennessee State University held its annual Student Organization Fair on Tuesday, kicking off the year by encouraging student involvement on campus. A number of student clubs came out of the woodwork to attract students in the Student Union ballroom. In the wake of MTSU’s efforts to curb …

Story by Kayla Walker Tennessee Secretary of State Tre Hargett is inviting Middle Tennessee State University students to participate in the 2022 College Voter Registration Competition during National Voter Registration Month. Middle Tennessee State University students Luke Cameron and Kayla Jenkins work the voters registration table located in front of the Honors College Building for …

Story by Gus Wright | Contributing Writer Middle Tennessee State University held a school shooting drill on Aug. 26. The school held training in the wake of increased gun violence across the country, most notably being the Uvalde shooting on May 24, 2022, where 19 students and two teachers were fatally shot while 17 others …

Photo Gallery by Aubrey Salm Middle Tennessee State University held an event open to students called Meet Murfreesboro at the Student Union Commons on Wednesday and Thursday during the school’s first week of classes. Here is a look at what the event had to offer: Left to Right – Steve Jimmersoon, Alan Yeater, and Greg …

Story by Matthew Giffin | News Editor After his first day of classes on Aug. 22, Christian Dunham, a junior at Middle Tennessee State University, spent his evening at Old Natchez Country Club in Franklin, Tennessee. That night, he played the role of a Stromtrooper, an evil, spage-age soldier from the Star Wars franchise. He …

Story by News Editor Matthew Giffin and Assistant News Editor Kailee Shores Tennessee’s abortion trigger law went into effect on Thursday, 30 days after the landmark overturning of Roe v. Wade and Planned Parenthood v. Casey. In the wake of the legal upheavals, abortion access for Tennesseeans has changed drastically. Under the Human Life Protection …