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Sophomore loses brother in tragic fire

By ANTHONY IRIZARRY | Assistant Features Editor William Ross Wallace once said, “Every man dies. Not every man really lives.” The words couldn’t ring more truly in these times when industrialized nations work furiously to systematically churn their citizens into cubicle rats and convince us this is all life really ...

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Jersey Shore star pleads not guilty to fight charges

Associated Press “Jersey Shore” cast member Ronnie Ortiz-Magro has pleaded not guilty to an aggravated assault charge in New Jersey. The charge stems from a Friday, Sept. 4, 2009, fight outside a Seaside Heights nightclub in which Ortiz-Magro knocked another man unconscious. The fight was shown during an episode of ...

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Victoria Beckham runs 6th season of fashion line

Associated Press Victoria Beckham says, six seasons into her fashion brand, she’s a more confident designer and a more confident person, and that allows her to take risks beyond the structured cocktail dresses that gave her cred with a famously finicky industry. For her Sunday morning New York Fashion Week ...

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APSU professor displays artwork at international airport

By LATIA LONGUEMIRE | Guest Writer Every day hundreds of people from across the country arrive at the Nashville International Airport and shortly after getting off the plane, among the first things they see in Nashville are the innovative and highly stylized ceramic sculptures by artist Ken Shipley. That’s because Shipley, ...

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Grammy’s still overlooking rap genre

Associate Press The Recording Academy week of Grammy festivities kicked off with the Grammy Museum’s first exhibit on the history of hip-hop, exploring rap’s triumphs over three decades while also presenting the academy’s own history with the genre. This year’s awards, however, were the lowlights in the Grammys’ complicated relationship ...

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Campus departments host Breast Cancer Walk

By ALEXANDRA WHITE Staff Writer The snow that covered the Clarksville area began to melt as the sun peeked through the clouds, giving way to the numerous amount of people who came out on APSU campus in support of the Breast Cancer Awareness 5K walk. The event, which took place ...

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