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Spring break safety tips

» By CONOR SCRUTON – cscruton@my.apsu.edu Everyone, whether traveling or just lying on the couch, is getting pumped for spring break. It seems the furthest thing from students’ minds is safety. While spring break is meant to give students a chance to let off steam, traveling can be dangerous. When ...

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‘3 Joes’ bring us Starbucks

» By TIFFANY HALL – thall29@my.apsu.edu In addition to Einstein Bros. and Seattle’s Best, APSU has another place to go to get a “cup of Joe”: Starbucks. This is thanks to the hard work of three Joes: Joe Mills, director of Housing/Residence Life and Dining Services, Joe Lachina, senior Dining ...

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Govs beat Redhawks, prepare for tourney

» By TRENT SINGER – tsinger@my.apsu.edu In their last game in Dave Aaron Arena, the Govs’ four seniors, TyShwan Edmondson, Melvin Baker, Josh Terry and John Fraley, combined for 56 points as APSU defeated the Southeast Missouri Redhawks, 68-59, on Saturday, Feb. 25. Edmondson led all players in scoring with ...

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Tattoos, body piercings may limit job opportunities

» andy wolf – awolf@my.apsu.edu When I was 16, I got my first tattoo. Luckily, my parents were getting a divorce, so nobody seemed to notice. I eventually got more, each tattoo drawn by myself or my sister. Each piece was a symbol of an era I felt was important ...

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Red River Sirens APSU students skate on Clarksville roller derby team

» By TIFFANY COMER – tcomer@my.apsu.edu What is roller derby? “Camaraderie,” according to Wanda B Lethal. Lethal, whose real name is Laura Nichols, is an APSU graduate student and rollergirl for the roller derby franchise the Red River Sirens. The Sirens, founded in 2010, are Clarksville’s first roller derby team. ...

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Bill to evict Occupy Nashville headed to governor

» ASSOCIATED PRESS NASHVILLE — A proposal to evict Occupy Nashville protesters is headed to the governor for his consideration, despite concerns that it could adversely affect the homeless. The “Equal Access to Public Property Act of 2012” passed the House 68-21 on Monday, Feb. 27, evening after lawmakers agreed ...

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