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‘Captain Marvel’ lands 3 Govs rating

“Captain Marvel” leads audiences through a fresh and new ‘90s filtered lens of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. While this story is not taking place in conjunction with the current timeline of “The Avengers,” this movie serves as an answer to why Carol Danvers has been M.I.A thus far, promising her return in next months ...

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Finding your inner flow

According to the Anxiety and Depression Association of America (ADAA), anxiety disorders are one of the most common mental health problems on college campuses. College students easily feel anxious trying to balance school, work, friends, relationships and family while also gearing up to venture into the rest of their lives. ...

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REVIEW: ‘Alita’ finds herself in four stars

For the first time in a long time, Hollywood is finally getting different types of heroes right. They are becoming more dynamic, relatable and real like the heroes that have dominated the discussion as of late. With “Alita: Battle Angel” hitting theaters, Hollywood, as formulaic as it is, has found ...

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MTV Comic Inspires Students

Comedian Darren Brand from MTV’s Wild ‘N Out stopped by APSU. At 8 p.m on Wednesday, Feb. 6 the Govs Programming Council (GPC) hosted a two-hour event that brought students out of their dorms and into the packed Clement Auditorium. “We try to get students’ views on stuff like what ...

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Govs Weigh In On Buzzfeed Layoffs

Buzzfeed spent a lot of time and money creating content on all social platforms. Now, they have decided to turn to unpaid users to make more of its content, leaving hundreds of employees out of work. Last week, Buzzfeed announced a slew of layoffs that impacted hundreds of employees. What ...

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‘Glass’ shatters expectations, leaves audience confused

The first half of “Glass” is phenomenal and plays just like one would expect and hope an action thriller of this nature would do. Perhaps that’s the problem with the movie: high expectations. After the first half, the movie comes to a standstill, relying on the acting chops of the ...

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