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Courtney Diggs, Features Editor

The Flash, Arrow DC series you don’t want to miss

If you’re a Marvel Comics fan like me, and immediately binged watched Jessica Jones and Daredevil on Netflix and can’t possibly wait for The Luke Cage series that will be released sometime this year, you should consider the other spectrum that the world of comic book original series has to ...

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New year, new releases

The New Year releases for Netflix have arrived. Several beloved oldies and Netflix original series can be viewed from the comforts of your home, so get in your pj’s and snuggle up because there is a lot of binge watching to do. Classic oldies introduced this month include: 2 Fast ...

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Seasons greetings from APSU’s President White

A year and a half has passed since APSU inducted Alisa White as it’s 10th president. As she celebrates her second winter semester at APSU, White says it is being together with her family that makes the season so special. “My favorite part about the holiday is getting together with ...

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Comedies starring Adam Sandler

Hello everyone, my name is Courtney Gaither, I’m the features editor for The All State’s print publication and senior broadcast major. I’ll be taking over The Good the Bad the Netflix blog. I’m so very happy to give you all my opinion on Netflix movies and series. Movies are truly ...

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‘Pay it forward’

  Calling all APSU students who have outstanding parking tickets, its not to late make two of them disappear. From Monday, Dec. 7, to Monday, Dec. 14, APSU’s Department of Public Safety and the APSU Center for Service-Learning and Community Engagement, will be enlisting the students of APSU to “pay it ...

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Zone 3 winner comes to APSU

Winner of the 2014 Zone 3 First Book Award for Poetry, Ashley Seitz Kramer will celebrate the release of her poetry manuscript “Museum of Distance” on Thursday Oct. 22 as a guest author at APSU. Sponsored by the APSU Center for Excellence in Creative Arts’ literary journal Zone 3 Press, ...

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