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Hands on the wheel, ears off the phone

Talking on the phone while driving should be illegal in Tennessee in order to increase driver safety throughout the state. According to the Tennessean, the Tennessee state legislators discussed a bill which outlaws the use of a mobile phone with your hands while driving. The bill not only includes texting ...

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Local coffee shop refreshes, delights customers

Plumb Line Coffee is not your average café where you order your coffee in a rush; it is an experience worthwhile. Just one block from APSU, the coffee shop is a hit for students, professors and coffee consumers. When I entered the coffee shop at 124 University Ave., the owners, ...

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SGA: We want more substance, less crosswalks

APSU’s Student Government Association (SGA) needs to stop passing irrelevant legislation about crosswalks and focus more on the major concerns of the students. “The main focus of SGA legislation is to listen to the students and their concerns – find out about what students feel the problems on campus are, ...

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Protesters, drivers both deserve safety

Drivers should not be allowed to hit a protester blocking traffic; however, immediate arrest and action should take place if the protest is illegal.  Sen. Bill Ketron, R-Murfreesboro, filed a bill giving drivers immunity from civil liability if they injure a protester who is blocking traffic, according to The Tennessean.  ...

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Art and Design Building delays leave professors without office space

The prolonged construction for the new Art and Design Building leaves professors with no offices and little space for working, APSU’s art and design students say. According to APSU’s press release, the construction for the building was to begin in Oct. 2015 and it was excepted to open Spring 2017. ...

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With feminism, we come together, not fall apart

All women should be feminists. According to the Merriam-Webster Dictionary, feminism is defined as “the theory of the political, economic and social equality of the sexes.” Today, however, different definitions of feminism have surfaced throughout society. The multiple viewpoints of what feminism is and is not leads some women to ...

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