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‘The Grinch’ (2018) Movie Review

If you are looking for an exciting new holiday movie to liven-up this Christmas season, the new “Grinch” movie is not to be placed at the top of the list, unless it is the only holiday-themed movie to come out this year. “The Grinch” is a holiday story we all ...

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WNDAACC hosts a meeting about voting and why it is important

This Nov. 6 Americans nationwide will vote in the General Elections to determine their new state leaders. Yet, a raising concern in the Clarksville community, as well as the nation, is that many people, young people especially, do not participate in the voting season. In fact, many believe that young ...

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Good Time Watching ‘Bad Times at the El Royale’

The cinematic world has just recently acquired a new mystery classic into its archives and it is Drew Goddard’s “Bad Times at the El Royale.” The ensemble cast that has created this to be the most unique motion pictures of the year, but also one of the most unique suspense thrillers ...

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SGA Meeting of Oct. 3

SGA creates mock government-style environment On Oct. 3, exactly on the strike of 5 p.m., SGA Vice President Trenton Delane began the weekly SGA meeting. The SGA opened the floor during the first ten minutes of the meeting for visiting students who wished to be heard on matters of their ...

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SGA works to diversify campus

Since 1943 the APSU Student Government Association (SGA) has served the campus of the Govs, seeing to the benefit of all collegiate affairs and trying to help progression of the student body. The SGA serves as the voice for all students and maintains the liaison between students and the faculty, ...

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Wes Anderson’s new short film falls flat with one-dimensional characters

The first appropriate word to describe Wes Anderson’s new stop-motion animated film, “Isle of Dogs,” would be the one that is associated with the rest of his films—different. It is a richly-ordained artistic film that is a reserved delight for fans of both Anderson and inventive cinema. Set in the ...

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