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Lauren Cottle

Lauren Cottle is a senior English major and history minor at APSU. She is currently the Perspectives Editor at The All State. She is also involved in PELP, the Laurel Wreath Society and Phi Alpha Theta.

SGA President Will Roberts signs executive order after warrant for former senator’s arrest

Student Government Association President Will Roberts issued an executive order on Tuesday, June 9, that removed Artrice Pray from his elected senate position after he was arrested on charges of alleged vehicular burglary, credit card fraud, identity theft and forgery. The Clarksville Police Department arrested Pray after a warrant for ...

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Then and now: End-of-year advice from freshman

The All State featured two APSU freshmen, Averie Minadeo and Daniel Kelley, at the beginning of their first semester in fall 2014 in order to track changes and progress throughout their first academic year. The All State has caught up with Minadeo, but received no response from Kelley. Minadeo’s responses ...

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‘Birdman’ lifts Keaton to new heights

“Birdman,” or “The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance,” directed by Alejandro González Iñárritu, is a compelling drama-comedy that explores the phenomenon of actors being known for one role and their struggle to conquer it. Iñárritu chose Michael Keaton to star as Riggan Thomson, an appropriate fit since Keaton has been professionally ...

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‘Homelessness has a lot of faces’

An estimated 578,000 currently experience homelessness in the U.S., according to the National Alliance to end Homelessness. Homelessness is an issue many are aware of, though some aspects of homelessness may be misunderstood by the general public. According to Brian Campbell of the Clarksville branch of Salvation Army, compassion for ...

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‘Into the Woods’ revives classic fairy tales

Disney’s “Into the Woods” delivers a fresh take on the classic fairy tale musical, featuring songs which range from chipper to melancholy, and a slew of A-list actors. “Into the Woods” is based on the musical play composed by Stephen Sondheim and written by James Lapine, who is also the ...

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APSU student writes book

» by Emily DeSpain Staff Writer What do you do after you win the title of Miss Tennessee? Write a book of course. Senior Jordan Davis one day and decided she wanted to become something bigger than herself. After four pageants, winning the crown and staying up night after night writing ...

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