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The Art of Letting Go

We meet once again my lovelies. I left you in 2017 with a whirlwind of self-love; the idea was to walk into the new year with love in our hearts. This love is something that is directed towards you. I want to start off the new year with the understanding ...

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Trump is helping the military

101st Airborne is once more getting sent overseas to fight what seems to be a never-ending war. Fathers, mothers, sisters, brothers and children are getting deployed out. As you say goodbye to your loved ones for the time being, you are spreading yourself thin with worry, wondering if President Trump ...

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Net neutrality is important

Is restricting internet access protection of the young minds, profit for the wealthy or the silencing of those who speak with their first amendment right? What is net neutrality? It is the principle that internet service providers should enable access to all content and applications regardless of the source, and ...

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Learn to be present

Life is stressful, especially when you are going to college, working outside of classes, and expecting to have a social life; meanwhile trying to gain 8 hours of sleep and eating home cooked meals so you can avoid the freshmen 15. When you’re going to college, it’s easy to give ...

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Give back more this Christmas

Red and green glitter leaks from every pore in your body when the Christmas season starts. The lights, trees and presents make you excited about things that do not truly matter in the overall scheme of life. It is that wonderful time of year again. The bright lights and the ...

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SGA suggests removal of 3-a-day meal plan limit

Steven Prescott | Staff Writer SGA passed a vote that could change APSU’s academic calendar. Resolution No. 4 Calls for the Office of the Registrar to make adjustments aligning the university’s Spring Break with the Clarksville-Montgomery School System. Sen. Lane Manley challenged the decision and told colleagues that it would ...

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