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Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. to speak at Unity Celebration is cancelled

By RAVEN JACKSON Staff Writer On Wednesday, Feb. 9, an awe-inspiring man and fierce environmental defender will give the keynote speech for the annual Student Affairs Unity Celebration. Robert F. Kennedy Jr. will speak at the Memorial Health Gym at 7 p.m. on the topic “Our environmental destiny.” The event ...

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1930s standards for ‘news’ remain

By CIDNIE SYDNEY-BREWINGTON Staff Writer To celebrate the 80th Anniversary of The All State, Marlon Scott and I will be sharing a tidbit of information about The All State every other week for the next year. For those of you who read the last article, you now know how TAS ...

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Paramore hopes to win Grammys

Associated Press The members of Paramore are hoping to close out what’s been a particularly challenging chapter in the band’s history on a high note — as Grammy winners. They are nominated for best pop performance by a duo or group with vocals for the hit “The Only Exception.” The ...

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McDreamy gets serious about racing career

Associated Press No, weary race fans were not dreaming when they checked the leaderboard at daybreak of the Rolex 24 at Daytona. Dr. Derek Shepherd was behind the wheel of the car at the front of the Grand Touring class when the sun came up on the twice-around-the-clock endurance event. ...

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Professor achieves multiple counts of success

By RAVEN JACKSON | Staff Writer One inspiring professor at APSU has accomplished many memorable successes in the past few years. Gregg Steinberg, associate professor of Health and Human Performance, has become a household name in the sports arena. Steinberg speaks around the world giving his perspective and expertise on ...

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AACC celebrates 20 years of excellence

By ALEX WHITE | Staff Writer On Thursday, Jan. 27, people of all different ethnicities and from all walks of life gathered in Clement Auditorium to celebrate a historic event on APSU’s campus where the African American Cultural Center’s 20th anniversary celebration would be held. As people began to take ...

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