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Ron Paul Interview On CNN ‘State Of The Union’ ~ 03-04-12

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Resisting the Police State ~ Ron Paul 2012

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2011 Ohio State Football Teaser Trailer on Vimeo.mp4

2011 Ohio State Football Teaser Trailer

MTSU’s Centennial TV Ad

We’re proud to introduce MTSU’s Centennial Television Advertisement. We hope you enjoy what we feel is an appropriate representation of Middle Tennessee State University.

Alcohol could affect students’ academics

MTSU official says alcohol could lower a student’s grade point average. Sidelines staff asked students what they think about partying and drinking before finals.

MTSU Alumni Enjoy Homecoming 2010

Alumni gather at the alumni house on Middle Tennessee Boulevard Saturday to enjoy Homecoming festivities.

Striptease Class Growing in Popularity at Rec. Center

Sidelines profiles the most popular aerobic class at the Recreation Center this semester–Striptease Class.

MTSU SGA approves RedBox on campus

MTSU’s Student Government Association unanimously approved Resolution 1-10-F Oct. 14, which regards putting a RedBox DVD rental outside the post office doors of the Keathley University Center.

Alpha Omicron Pi Smokes-Out at MTSU

Alpha Omicron Pi held its 13th annual Arthritis Smoke-Out during MTSU’s BlackOut game against Troy on Oct. 5, 2010.

Vinyl Records Making a Comeback

Employees at Digital Planet discuss the renewed love of vinyl records for younger generations.

Exploring MTSU’s Rec. Center

The MTSU Recreation Center offers a variety of programs, clubs, intramural sports and outdoor trips. Students, faculty/staff and alumni can use the facility for free.

Health Care Town Hall Meeting

Tennessee voters gathered today at MTSU’s Tucker Theater for The Daily News Journal Health Care Town Hall Meeting with Congressman Bart Gordon. While the meeting may have been publicized as a health care forum, it soon took a back seat to other issues, especially the use of federal money to fund abortions.

Video Podcast: Get involved with student media!

Summer 2009 opinions editor Andy Harper talks about his column in the July 29 issue of Sidelines. He encourages incoming and transfer students to get involved with student media on campus.

Steve McNair Memorial

Fans and Nashville natives remember former Tennessee Titan quarterback Steve McNair by decorating the outside of his new restaurant.

Burgess Falls

Another “staycation” close to Murfreesboro, Tenn. is Burgess Falls State Park in Cookeville, Tenn.

Candlebox

Candlebox makes a stop on their tour at 527 W. Main Street in Murfreesboro, Tenn. to perform songs from their new album and old hits that helped earn the band multi-platinum success in the ’90s.

Video Podcast

Tiffany Gibson sits down with News Editor Alex Moorman to discuss the update on the proposed Media Center and the Task Force behind it.

Take Back the Night

The June Anderson Women’s Center held their annual “Take Back the Night” march across campus Tuesday. During the march women reclaimed their bodies and lives by breaking the silence and chanting.

AfroFlow Spring 2009

Rapper MIKE-E and students showcase their poetic and musical talents during AfroFlow on the Honors College lawn Tuesday.

Mesh Art Gallery

Curator Eric Snyder and artists Owen Cooper, Michelle Dutton and Jason Barnett discuss the new Mesh gallery. Five students are showcasing their work in the gallery, which is held in the Todd Hall building on campus. The gallery is free and open to students, faculty and staff.