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Illustration courtesy of Angele Latham Story by Brandon Black/Lifestyles Editor Howdy everyone, Lifestyles editor Brandon here. I am currently in a form of semi-quarantine with my family at a house in what feels like the middle of nowhere. There is a serious lack of reliable wi-fi, the house contains more stink bugs and wasps than …

Photo by Chloe Ketron (allsochloe.com) Story by Kristi Jones/Contributing Writer Middle Tennessee State University continues to help students prepare for the job market, as MTSU student Abby Vaughn released her first single “Wish You The Best” on Monday. Vaughn, from Memphis, is a sophomore majoring in communications with a minor in event planning in the …

Story and Photo by Sydney M. Cohn On November 18, 2019, students gathered at the Chris Young Cafe located on Middle Tennessee State University’s campus to watch a performance by country singer, Teddy Robb. The event came to fruition thanks to an educational chapter of the Country Music Association, CMA EDU. The Country Music Association …

Story and Photos by Veronica Prigmore Various student organizations hosted donation drives in the Students Union’s auditorium on Monday, November 18. Tables were decorated with informative trifold boards, colorful tablecloths and large boxes for clothes donations. Ladies for a Change hosted the Jeans and Jacket Drive to help families stay warm this winter. The decorative …

Murfreesboro, TN- It took awhile, about 30 game minutes to be exact, for Middle Tennessee State (3-0) to pull away from Division II opponent Mars Hill, but they eventually did on Wednesday night. The 96-82 win wasn’t pretty at times but a win is a win and history was made as this is the 500th …

Photo courtesy of the National Museum of American History Story by Bryanna Weinstein On Monday, November 11, MTSU held its final Fall Honors Lecture entitled “Old Enough to Fight, Old Enough to Vote” led by Amy Sayward, a professor in the Department of History. The whole series has focused on the subtopic of “Suffrage,” and …