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Anonymous text tips can now be sent to campus police

“The use of a cell phone allows our dispatchers to receive the information and immediately send it to the officers in the field. The capability of using it for any phone calls has been disabled,” said Lieutenant Carl Little, police officer supervisor. To keep texts anonymous, the sender’s text is ...

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Balls to the Walls raises money for good cause

By RAVEN JACKSON | Staff Writer Women of the Alpha Sigma Alpha sorority held a dodgeball tournament on Thursday, March 24, that inspired not only a fun time, but also helped to raise money for a good cause. Proceeds from the “Balls to the Walls” dodgeball tournament will benefit the ...

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By ALEXANDRA WHITE | Staff Writer APSU students participating in the Alternative Spring Break departed on Friday, March 4, with 10 students and two staff for a 10 day service trip to Florida. After a nine hour drive, the group stopped for the night at Stephen Foster Cultural State Park ...

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‘April Fool Edition’ of The All State

By CIDNIE SYDNEY-BREWINGTON | Staff Photographer For this installment of The All State 80th Anniversary articles, I would like to take a quick break from detailing all of the “firsts” of the paper and share one of the highlights of our history. Though it is a little early (the next ...

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Students for Secular Humanism to host ‘Mythbuster’ event

By ALEXANDRA WHITE | Staff Writer It is no misconception people have different views on almost everything within our society. People tend to have an opinion on everything, and from this opinion, they form groups to identify with, as well as general habits for life. With that said, there are ...

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