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Politics on social media can be helpful

–psparn@my.apsu.edu A lot of people hate seeing anything political on their social media news feeds, but this nuisance may actually be more helpful than annoying. Some people are fed up with scrolling through political advertisements, messages and arguments in their news feed, but this content helps people engage in vital ...

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Campus safety still decent despite recent events

–rreed24@my.apsu.edu When I decided to come to APSU, my parent’s were concerned whether or not the campus was a safe place for me to live. After over a year here, I have decided that it is. Despite the recent reported shootings just off campus, crime statistics have improved, according to ...

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Conor hunts campus ghosts

–cscruton@my.apsu.edu With October in full swing and Halloween quickly approaching, many APSU students may be more inclined than usual to hear things going “bump” in the night. Every school has its own legends and haunting tales, and APSU is no exception. As a lover of ghost stories, this subject matter ...

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ROTC senior cadets recognized

–tcomer@my.apsu.edu Less than 1 percent of the American population volunteers to serve in the United States Army, and of that 1 percent, local APSU student and ROTC cadet Sean Hunt, stands out by gaining the status of being the number 11 cadet in the nation in 2012. APSU’s ROTC holds ...

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Good clean fun: Mudbowl 2012

–ccircello@my.apsu.edu Mudbowl is an annual APSU tradition. It is a volleyball competition in a pit of mud up to the knees of the players. There are three different types of teams: men’s, women’s and co-ed. There are also winning and losing brackets. On Sunday, Oct. 7, the Mudbowl went from ...

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