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“The Witch’s House”: RPG Maker horror game

Freeware computer game “The Witch’s House” is as an understated, deceptive and — above all — surprising horror survival game. I first encountered this game during the Snowpocalypse last month when a fellow horror-genre enthusiast friend showed me YouTuber Cryaotic “Cry”’s five-part playthrough of the game. I was first distracted by Cry’s ...

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Students snooze school away

Some students have trouble staying awake during classes. This phenomenon may be caused by a variety of factors. Students may find more difficulties in large lecture-based classes. Sleeping in class may be caused by the student’s lack of restorative sleep the night before or the content of the lecture itself, ...

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Horror in a bear suit: Third ‘Five Nights at Freddy’s’

The first-person independent point-and-click horror game by Scott Cawthon “Five Night’s at Freddy’s” released its third game in the franchise on Monday, March 2. This is assumed to be the last game in the series, since upon completing the fifth night in the game, players are taken through a mini-game ...

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Student Life and Engagement welcomes two newcomers

Student Life and Engagement recently had two newcomers to their department, Ty Jesinoski and Josh Gianitsis, who now serve as coordinator of Programs and Special Events and coordinator for Leadership and Student Organizations, respectively. Jesinoski began working for APSU June 2014 immediately after he received his Master’s degree in Leadership ...

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A tale of two leaders: Harriet Jacobs and A. Phillip Randolph change history

Important figures in Black history extend beyond the borders of Martin Luther King, Jr. and Harriet Tubman, yet these seem to be some of the only familiar names to many. Unless one takes time to study Black history for him- or herself, one may never know the amazing contributions of ...

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APSU takes Polar Plunge

Students gathered at the Foy Pool to jump into the 47-degree water at the Sixth Annual APSU Polar Plunge on Thursday, Feb. 5. Cost of registration was three canned goods during the pre-registration period or five canned goods to register at the event with all proceeds going to the SOS ...

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