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Story by Tatiana Muhammad | Contributing Writer Tennessee is not the only state considering changes to their constitutional language on slavery. Voters in Alabama, Oregon, Louisiana and Vermont will also consider similar questions in their state elections.  Here’s a state-by-state look at the issue. Tennessee Voters in Tennessee will decide whether to alter the wording …

Story by Maddy Williams | Contributing Writer October in Tennessee often consists of rainy days, but this year, fall is looking warmer and drier, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. The NOAA predicts that a large area of the U.S. will experience a warmer and drier fall season.  The NOAA could not predict …

Story by Maddy Williams | Contributing Writer Nashville Augusts are gradually getting warmer, causing an increase of 2.3 degrees since 1970 and the average temperature sitting at 80, which is 0.3 degrees above average, according to the Applied Climate Information System. The temperatures aren’t the only thing changing, with precipitation reaching 3.99 inches, which was …

Story by Luke Cameron | Contributing Writer Middle Tennessee State University students and staff making the trek to the third floor of James E. Walker Library and entering the Curriculum Collection area this fall semester will have the privilege of viewing a paper mural entitled “Tennessee Landscapes,” by MTSU senior William Breeding. The mural depicts …

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 …

Story by News Editor Matthew Giffin and Assistant News Editor Kailee Shores In a 6-3 decision on Friday, the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade and Planned Parenthood v. Casey, the landmark decisions that ruled abortion a constitutional right in the United States for five decades. As a result, the ability to allow, restrict or …