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Story by Destiny Mizell / Contributing Writer Photo via MTSU On Monday, Middle Tennessee State University kicked off their second week by showing students their on-campus resources in the Student Union Atrium between 11 am and 2 pm.  MTSU Connection Point makes it a point to ensure that students are aware of the free services …

Middle Tennessee State University resembled more of a ghost town than a campus Tuesday, just two days after students were originally set to return from spring break, before the coronavirus pandemic forced the closure of the university. Sidewalks usually streaming with students and parking lots usually swarming with cars were silent and still as students, …

Story and photos by Steve Barnum / Staff Writer One of MTSU’s annual sexual health education events, Tunnel of Love, was held Wednesday in the Student Union Ballroom to inform students on sexually transmitted diseases, safe sex practices and resources for sexual health-related questions or concerns. There are many ways that students been sexually aware …

Students enter the "Tunnel of Love" educational fair at MTSU's James Union Building to learn about the risks of sexually transmitted infections on Thursday, September 19, 2013. (MTSU SIdelines / John Connor Coulston)

MTSU students had the opportunity to learn about the risks of sexually transmitted infections at the annual “Tunnel of Love” educational fair held on September 19 in the Tennessee Room of the James Union Building. The event, which was cosponsored by MTSU’s Department of Health and Human Performance, Student Health Services and Nashville CARES, sought to educate the students on sexually transmitted …