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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.

Recent studies have shown a college degree may not land you a job

>>Julia Cole Hulsey, Staff Writer Between the economy’s delayed pick up and the number of competitors, many graduates are buried in debt with precious few job prospects. A former Reagan administration official recently spoke with U.S. News about what prospective students should be thinking about, what they get for their ...

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Pro Marijuana laws mean change for the nation

The new year brought along changes to the nation. On Wednesday, Jan. 1, 2014, Colorado legalized the recreational use of marijuana, sending their economy skyrocketing. According to The Colorado Center on Law and Policy, there is an estimation that “the law could bring in about $60 million each year in ...

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Miss Austin Peay and Miss Queen City Scholarship Pageant

Students, faculty and parents filled the George and Sharon Mabry Concert Hall in the MMC on Monday, Nov. 11, to witness the competition to crown the new Miss Austin Peay and Miss Queen City, sponsored by Sigma Chi Fraternity and Student Life and Engagement. Each delegate was sponsored by a ...

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The game makes the man: Music City Lightning Wheelchair Basketball

>>By Payden Hall, Staff Writer For this game, the squeaking of basketball shoes was replaced with the clanging of wheelchairs. Music City Lightning, a wheelchair basketball team, came and played their eighth annual exhibition game at the Foy Fitness Center on Monday, Oct. 28. Associated with the National Wheelcats, the ...

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APSU students remember 9/11

–Katelyn Clark, Features Editor Yesterday was the anniversary of September 11, 2001; the day the World Trade Center Twin Towers in New York City collapsed due to a two hijacked airplanes crashing into each one. All across the nation, people came together to mourn and remember. This day has become ...

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