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Here, you can see examples of some packages, live shots, and anchoring that I have done during my time at MTSU working with MT10 News.

SGA Senators Call for Resignation of Newly Elected SGA President, VP Campus Relations

Update: Courtney Brandon and Timothy Bassett released statements on April 28 and April 29 respectively denying the claims made by SGA Senators. Statement from Courtney Brandon. Statement from Timothy Bassett.

MTSU– The Student Government Association’s newly elected President Courtney Brandon and Vice President of Campus Relations Timothy Bassett are being called to resign by some SGA Senators after the pair was accused for campaigning illegally.
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Board of Trustees Holds Inaugural Meeting, Elects Student Trustee

MTSU— Middle Tennessee State University’s new board of trustees held its inaugural meeting Monday and did everything from pass the board’s bylaws to elect a student trustee to sit on the board.  Continue reading “Board of Trustees Holds Inaugural Meeting, Elects Student Trustee”

Middle and High School Students Decode Their Way Through Language

MTSU– Speaking one language is hard enough, but at the eleventh annual Linguistics Olympiad at Middle Tennessee State University, students had to put their brains to the test and solve problems in an assortment of different languages.
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Supporters and Protesters Rally for Trump in Nashville

NASHVILLE,Tenn.– Thousands of supporters and protesters showed up to President Trump’s rally in Nashville to let their voices be heard.

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Looking Down May Cause Faster Aging

MURFREESBORO, Tenn.— In a society where staring at screens is second nature, noticing neck pain after looking down for a long time is no surprise.

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“Hidden Figures” and MTSU EYH Conference Inspire Women in STEM

MTSU– The annual EYH Conference at MTSU in 2016 showed young girls, women, and all those in attendance that they no longer have to be hidden figures in the STEM field.

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Franklin Yarn Shop Owner Says Feedback is Mostly Positive Since Controversial Women’s March Post

FRANKLIN, Tenn.— On January 24, Elizabeth Poe, the owner of The Joy of Knitting in Franklin, posted to Facebook, saying she would not tolerate what she says is the vulgarity, vile, and evilness of the Women’s Movement. Since that day, she says she has received an outpouring of opinions.
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No Vacancy at MTSU ‘Meet Your Reps’ Town Hall

MTSU—Protestors at the MTSU ‘Meet Your Reps’ Town Hall event came to make their voices heard, but many felt like their voices were muted when they were told no more people were allowed in the room for the meeting.

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Protestors Show up in Full Force at MTSU Town Hall

MTSU—The Middle Tennessee College Republicans held a “Meet Your Reps” Town Hall Meeting on Thursday, February 9, 2017, and protestors showed up at the event to make sure their voices were heard.

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