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Story by Ethan Pickering | Lifestyles Editor Photos by Sam Long | Assistant Editor Belizean students and musical artists spoke with an intellectual property law class at Middle Tennessee State University via Zoom. They shared their own colorful and personal stories about the musical culture and scene in the country of Belize today. The virtual …

Story by Maddy Williams / Contributing Writer Photo via Pexels Studying abroad may seem intimidating for students, either out of fear of traveling outside the United States or because of the cost. However, studying abroad provides once-in-a-lifetime experiences and opportunities, and scholarships and financial aid make it affordable for many students who take the time …

Photo courtesy of MTSU Office of Education Abroad Story and Photos by Colby Turner | Contributing Writer The fall semester has finally begun at Middle Tennessee State University for the 2021-2022 school year, and the Office of Education Abroad is ecstatic to finally be able to welcome back incoming exchange students from around the globe.  …

a screenshot of the front page of Sidelines' COVID-19 print edition, showing Hanan Beyenne in Japan, and a chart of COVID-19 numbers,

Hello readers! With how crazy this semester has been, we at Sidelines were unable to provide you with your normal print editions: so we’ve come together with this semester’s final “print” edition as a special pdf format. Inside you will find stories about studying abroad amidst a pandemic, a student petition for a tuition refund, …

Photo by Caleb Revill / Reporter MTSU Vice Provost for International Affairs David Schmidt shared his experiences with students in a lecture about traveling the world and becoming culturally aware on Monday. A lot of people have started travelling the world a lot more recently (so that they can become culturally aware). Some have even …

Photo by Ronny Simon / Submitted MTSU students and faculty returned from a two-week trip to Israel on July 22. The group participated in an upper division political science course that many students call a “life-changing experience.” This year marked University Provost Mark Byrnes’ and Interim Dean for the College of Liberal Arts Karen Petersen’s …