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News | MTSUSidelines Apr 10
Some residents were awakened by an explosion at the Vie Apartments Wednesday morning, with preliminary police reports stating that the event may have been caused by an improvised explosive device.
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News | MTSUSidelines Apr 9
Across MTSU’s campus, Health Promotion’s the Power of One initiative, aimed at “(ending) gender-based violence and (increasing) students’ confidence to speak up when they see a lack of inclusion,” displayed an impactful event.
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News | MTSUSidelines Apr 8
For almost two decades, the SpringOut! Pride Week has been held on MTSU’s campus, and, since its inception, it has continued to become larger and more inclusive for students.
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News | MTSUSidelines Apr 6
"It could be interesting," said Sen. At-Large Kobe Hermann. "They shouldn't have been approved for candidacy based on absences, which means that the Vice President of Campus Relations...could have also broken rules by approving their candidacy."
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News | MTSUSidelines Apr 3
MTSU rolled out the blue carpet to welcome Gov. Bill Lee to celebrate MTSU’s ready-to-work programs and the partnership with Siemens Digital Industries Software on Wednesday in the Miller Education Center.
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News | MTSUSidelines Apr 3
In a culture saturated by stories of superheroes and vigilantes saving the world from evil government officials and shady corporations, a small group of Tennesseans have taken the stories to the real world.
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News | MTSUSidelines Mar 30
March is Women’s History Month, and with that comes complicated conversations about the glass ceiling and women in male-dominated fields. But what also comes from this month is celebrating remarkable women in history, culture and local communities.
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News | MTSUSidelines Mar 30
In a surprising twist on an academic competition, MTSU students spent the afternoon designing, folding and throwing paper airplanes while competing in the Red Bull Paper Wings competition at the Murfreesboro Airport on Memorial Boulevard.
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Sidelines Sports Mar 25
The Blue Raider softball team had a dominate weekend versus FIU that resulted in a sweep. Kirstyn Cuccia’s two homers and Kaylyn Slatter’s grand-slam lifted MTSU past the Panthers. STORY ⬇️
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MTSU Sidelines Mar 27
“That’s the first step in aspiring to do something, knowing it’s even a possibility for you to do it. I wanted to be able to contribute to that in any way that I could.”
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News | MTSUSidelines Mar 21
MTSU Signature Events has announced that the American rock band Young the Giant will be the headline artist for the highly anticipated 2019 Spring Concert.
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News | MTSUSidelines Mar 20
As part of National Women’s History Month, students and community members attended a screening of a documentary about the life of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg followed by a Q&A session with the film’s co-director Julie Cohen
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News | MTSUSidelines Mar 20
For the past 10 years, Johnny Ruhl has sat near the university’s seal nearly every day. He sits there for hours at a time, hot or cold, with his cardboard sign that simply reads, “If you have any questions about Christianity, please ask.”
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News | MTSUSidelines Mar 19
A bill that would establish polling places on institutions of higher education in Tennessee has been introduced in the General Assembly, with multiple MTSU representatives playing key roles in the formation of the proposal.
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News | MTSUSidelines Mar 13
The words “murderer,” “coward” and “Fort Pillow” were blazoned across it in spray paint.
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Sidelines Sports Mar 10
Despite a poor shooting performance, senior night was a memorable one for the 2019 Blue Raider Class. All four Seniors started the game including walk-ons Chase Miller and Lawrence Mosley who made an immediate impact on the floor in a 48-47 victory.
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News | MTSUSidelines Mar 7
Generation Action is a student organization which focuses on reproductive rights and sexual freedom. Since 2018, GA has supplied female products in the majority of female and gender-inclusive bathrooms through the movement, “Project Accessibility, Period.”
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News | MTSUSidelines Mar 7
Religious leaders gathered to discuss safety measures for places of worship. The “Protecting Places of Worship Security Forum” aimed to address faith-based leaders’ concerns about targeted hate crimes and other criminal acts against their organizations.
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News | MTSUSidelines Feb 27
MTSU’s Center for Popular Music presented “An Evening of South Texas Conjunto Music” on Monday night at the Blue Note Café, featuring artists Felipe Perez y Sus Polkeros and Cactus Fire, the opening band of the evening.
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News | MTSUSidelines Feb 27
Two virtual displays in the MTSU's Makerspace are celebrating Black History Month by educating users about the civil rights movement & telling of the accomplishments of MTSU track and field coach Dean Hayes.
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