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Katelyn Clark

Katelyn Clark is a senior corporate communications major with a double minor in communication arts and professional writing. Katelyn currently works as the Editor-in-Chief of The All State. She enjoys drinking coffee or hot tea out of her giant "I Am The Boss" mug.

Cheating in relationships: Is it worth it?

>>By Emily DeSpain, Guest Writer We’re in a generation that makes its own rules. The white picket fence dream is no longer what people strive for, but have we gone too far and thrown all relationships out the window? Does this mean absolutely everything is acceptable, even cheating? According to ...

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Daniel Anderson and Zac Gillman discuss SGA, presidency

>>By Payden Hall, Staff Writer Daniel Anderson Executive Secretary of the Student Government Association Daniel Anderson is a candidate running for SGA President. He plans to graduate in May 2015 with a degree in business management and a minor in marketing. Anderson’s involvement in SGA began in the second semester ...

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Dorm Sex: the good, the bad and the awkward

At some point, everyone here has lived in a dorm unless you’re a transfer or commuter. Still, you may have experienced what we’re talking about …dorm sex. Now, if you’re the type of person to take your sexual encounters elsewhere other than a bed, don’t be upset. We’ll talk about ...

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Welcome to the Sex-tion

Hey there fellow Govs. Welcome to my blog, a place where your fantasies become reality, your questions answered and your horror stories heard. Join me on a journey through the world of sex: the awkward encounters, the passionate nights and the things no one wants to admit to thinking about. ...

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“Fail Forward” art gallery

WNDAACC hosted an art exhibit titled “Fail Forward” during the month of February for Black History Month. APSU alumna and featured artist, Miesha Arnold donated her watercolor pieces for this gallery.

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APSU will host the annual Guitarfest

Guitarfest is back. Are you ready? APSU and the Center of Excellence for the Creative Arts will host the annual Guitarfest on Monday through Wednesday, Feb. 17 through 19. Free and open to the public, each concert will take place at 7:30 p.m. in the Mabry Concert Hall in the ...

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