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They did not get another shot

By Stephanie Carson | Contributing Writer Gun control is a topic many are very passionate about, and some may not know much about it at all. However one may feel about the subject, it is becoming more relevant than ever. From the Sandy Hook school shooting, to the Orlando nightclub ...

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Family Weekend hosts pre-game party as football team racks up wins

As tensions rose preceding Saturday’s football game against UT Martin, APSU’s tailgating tradition took on new meaning for returning students and gave new students a taste of college traditions. Students, families and friends all gathered together for a weekend of partying and fun with games like corn-hole and other activities. ...

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Let’s hear it for the girl: 7th annual Young Women’s Leadership Symposium

MAHALIA SMITH | CONTRIBUTING WRITER Dozens of women and a handful of men attended the seventh Annual Young Women’s Leadership Symposium on Friday, April 21. The event began at 8:30 a.m. with speeches from President Alisa White and General Counsel Dannelle Whiteside. “How many of you,” Whiteside said, “when you ...

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VetSuccess assists with college veteran transition

WILLIAM HAYES | CONTRIBUTING WRITER Twice a semester, VetSucess and the Military Student Center come together  to help former and currently serving men and women of the armed forces and assists in the gap for veterans whether it comes to academic needs such as a need for books or mastering ...

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OUR encourages student research

MAHALIA SMITH | CONTRIBUTING WRITER For over a decade APSU students have received research and travel grants from the office of undergraduate research, OUR, to conduct projects in all areas of study. “We support students that have research ideas and connect them with faculty mentors,” Erin Lynch-Alexander from OUR said. ...

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Letter to the editor: March for Science: Science is not apolitical

As the March for Science approaches, many scientists are still struggling to form an opinion on the march as the event itself continues to struggle with its own identity. Born shortly after the Women’s March, the March for Science quickly exploded into a movement with over 100 supporting organizations and ...

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