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Clarksville’s NAACP chapter hosts annual Civil Rights March in honor of Martin Luther King Jr.

Martin Luther King Jr. would have been 88 years old on Monday, Jan. 16; however, in 1968 he was killed by an assassin. In response to this tragedy a holiday was established to celebrate King’s birthday. To celebrate the holiday, the Clarksville branch of the NAACP holds a commemorative march ...

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‘Food for Fines’ offers way to forgive parking fines, donate to community

The APSU Police Department is offering students a way out of their mounting pile of parking fines. The price: canned food. APSU campus police organize a Food for Fines program every year, which allows people who have fines for vehicle infractions. Up to 10 non-perishable items equate to one fine ...

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One-Man band takes over Einstein Bros. Thursday

Einstein Bros. was serving more than bagels Thursday night as Noah Hoehn performed his one-man show on its stage. The only items on the stage were a keyboard-like device with a series of pedals underneath and a cylindrical drum. The Govs Programming Council introduced Hoehn to the stage as being ...

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Daniel Gutierrez pursues business degree following deployment in Afghanistan

From jobless, to military, to student, 23-year-old Daniel Gutierrez is applying his life experience to the pursuit of a music industry career. Gutierrez is a sophomore music business major at APSU who grew up in California where he enlisted in the US Army. “I was born in Tucson, but I ...

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Mascots

Christopher Guest introduces us to the quirky world of professional mascot performances. Guest’s movies have always shown a weird subculture through the genre of mockumentary. “Mascots” fits in well with his other films like “A Mighty Wind” and “Waiting for Guffman,” as it shows a group of people who are ...

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