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Story and photos by Toriana Williams / News Writer The Student Government Association of Middle Tennessee State University held their Presidential and Vice Presidential debate on Wednesday evening. The debate was held to help voters decide between candidates for SGA’s upcoming election from April 11 until April 14. Vice Presidential candidates Logan Mcvey and Cameron …

Story by Destiny Mizell / Contributing Writer The Honors College building buzzed with discussion concerning topics such as religion, public policy and government on Tuesday.  John Vile, Dean of the Honors College and scholar of the United States constitution, explored how religion and public policies have coincided with one another throughout America’s history. Ken Paulson, …

Story by Matthew Giffin / Contributing Writer Middle Tennessee State University virtually hosted New York Times bestselling author Clint Smith to discuss how the history of slavery is taught in the American south. He also discussed the material in his #1 New York Times bestseller, “How the Word Is Passed: A Reckoning with the History …

Story by Maddy Williams / Contributing Writer Temperatures in Antarctica are 70 degrees warmer than average, which is abnormally high for this region.   The Concordia weather station reached 10 degrees Fahrenheit in Antarctica. According to a tweet from extreme weather tracker Maximiliano Herrera, the Vostok station was slightly above 0 degrees, which beat its record high …

Story by Ethan Pickering | Lifestyles Editor Photo credit to “dear.murfreesboro” on Instagram Some of us know about “dear.murfreesboro” on Instagram. What appears to be just an internet meme page is actually hiding a bit more under the surface. According to the page creators, it serves as commentary on the culture of Murfreesboro and its …

Story and Photos by Matthew Giffin | Contributing Writer During a Student Government Association joint session, University President Sidney McPhee addressed the Senate. The Senate passed new legislation, confirmed four new senators and discussed a recent oversight regarding the delivery of student-written cards to Vanderbilt Children’s Hospital. In his address, McPhee announced plans to update …