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Student claiming racial profiling comes forward

Markeia Milam, a sophomore political science major, described being ‘racially profiled’ by her roommates in a Twitter thread on Wednesday, Feb 14. Since then, the thread has increased in views and likes. Milam came to The All State on Friday with her full story. Milam described the Wednesday incident. “Well I ...

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23rd Annual Bread and Words offers soup, poems, short stories for students

Every November, the APSU Department of Languages and Literature hosts Bread and Words, an event to raise money for the APSU campus food bank. The event consists of dinner, pots of soup and bread provided by faculty, and a reading of student and faculty work. Barry Kitterman, Hannah Boyd, Tim ...

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The All State takes home 8 awards

The All State returned from the 2017 Fall National Media Convention in Dallas, Texas with eight awards, as explained in an APSU press release. The Associated Collegiate Press and the College Media Association gave the awards. As a newspaper, The All State won the sixth place in Newspaper Four Year ...

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APSU celebrates, honors, recognizes veterans

Every Veterans Day, people gather together for parades, barbecues and other celebrations. APSU recognized the holiday this year with a day off from classes, art galleries and a Veterans Day parade on Saturday morning. Kenneth McDuffie, senior business technology and marketing major, observes the holiday in his own way. He ...

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Iota Phi Theta Fraternity makes history, completes ‘Divine Nine’

Iota Phi Theta Fraternity Inc., the last of the Divine Nine, has officially introduced itself to the APSU community with three new members. The Divine Nine are the nine historically black fraternities and sororities that make up the National Pan-Hellenic Council. Until recently, APSU has had only eight of the ...

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We cannot lose our humanity to Trump

Many were shocked as the results of the election rolled in last semester, watching as state by state voted in favor of Donald Trump. There was notable tension in the air on APSU’s campus that Wednesday morning; those who voted against Trump were somber, while his supporters were silent, save ...

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