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Andrew Wadovick

If you want change, vote for it

With so much energy surrounding politics thanks to social media, it can be difficult for people to understand what they are supposed to care about and in which topics they should fully invest themselves. While certainly the presidency has its importance in the American political engine, the president cannot create ...

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New exhibit combines mechanical and audio together

Markayla Bedford | Staff Writer John Douglas Powers is a Tennessee native who graduated from Vanderbilt with a degree in history and then went on to the Georgia Museum of Art and got a degree in sculpture. He has been featured in the New York Times World Sculpture News and ...

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NPHC, NAACP march in honor of civil rights leader

With the snows of one storm behind them and another forecast of snow rapidly approaching, students still found the determination to march Monday, Jan. 15, in remembrance of Martin Luther King Jr. Normally hosted by the local chapter of the NAACP, the march began at 11:30 a.m. in APSU’s Greek ...

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REVIEW: Newest Star Wars entry fresh, fulfilling as it sets new precedent in Star Wars story-telling

***This review contains spoilers for The Last Jedi.*** Seeing “The Force Awakens” in theaters, almost a decade after “Revenge of the Sith” released, was a mind-blowing experience. Now, however, Star Wars had a reputation to uphold, and with criticisms saying Epsode VII was a rehash of “A New Hope,” could ...

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REVIEW: ‘Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon’ change too much and too little at the same time

This review contains spoilers. As someone who thoroughly enjoyed “Pokemon Sun and Moon” when they launched last year, I was eagerly anticipating the release of “Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon.” Though I was not totally sure what to expect from a “remix,” of sorts, I was confident I would ...

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Help-an-Elf provides toys, gifts to families in need thanks to students

Markayla Bedford | Staff Writer Looking forward to the holidays and the spirit of giving? Student Affairs is hosting a charity program called Help an Elf. This program’s sole purpose is to assist fully enrolled APSU students with children during the holidays. It is open to anyone looking to donate ...

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