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New SGA senators sworn in

During the Student Government Association meeting on Wednesday, Feb. 25, Austin Page was sworn in as senator for the college of business. Chief Justice Will Roberts reported that SGA election applications for president, vice-president, secretary or senate positions will be open from Monday, March 2, to Wednesday March 25. Chief ...

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Selfies may contribute to self-esteem problems

While a quick selfie post to one’s favorite social medium site may appear to be a fun and artistic act, the reason behind the post leads to a line of insecurities. Any given Instagram or Facebook newsfeed is often filled with selfie posts from various friends. Since the rise of technology allowed for a ...

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Clarksville needs better preventative measures for winter storms

With the winter weather being as rough as it has been these past few years around Clarksville, it’s time to incorporate better methods of keeping roads and schools snow-free. Mother nature can be somewhat predictable. With today’s advancements in forecasting, meteorologists often can provide rough estimate as to what weather we are ...

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Understanding differences is better than being colorblind

The difference between “colorblindness” and understanding other races is just that: understanding. When people ignore differences, it is almost as bad as refusing to accept them. Martin Luther King, Jr., once said, “I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they ...

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Three APSU alumni share their literary works

Fiction writer and poet Kory Shrum, poet and publisher Stephanie Bryant Anderson and nonfiction writer Heather Donahoe read original works for students and staff at an alumni reading on Wednesday, Feb. 11. English Professor Barry Kitterman, who was in charge of the event, said he was thrilled to have writers share ...

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