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Writer addresses effects of abuse

During Sexual Assault Awareness Month, APSU students do what they can to advocate for survivors. For Ashley Cash, a current college student and writer, her desire to work with the issue of domestic violence is personal. She was engaged at 17 to her boyfriend of four and a half years. ...

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Controversial Preacher Visit Sparks Student and Community Response

A man that goes by “Saint God” came to the campus ready to debate to anyone who would listen that they deserved hell. Unbeknownst to him, local ministers caught wind of the controversy and paid a visit to speak their minds. Ministers Christopher and Julie Davis from The Ladder Church ...

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Clarksville Climbing Gym offers a new challenge

Brooke Grubb hangs nearly upside down on a hold trying to find a way to shift her weight or move her body up the wall. The graduate student studying biology at APSU has to use her brain in a different manner. No longer thinking of the physical structure of an ...

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Leaving ‘Neverland’ unconvinced

The first words of the trailer set the tone for the conversation: “Everybody wanted to meet Michael or be with Michael. And then he likes you.”  Director Dan Reed takes us back to the height of Michael Jackson’s fame in the ’80s. From that point onward, he examines years’ worth of child ...

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‘The Act’ captures disturbing performances

When asked about her deceased mother, Gypsy Rose Blanchard said, “I think she would have been the perfect mom for someone that actually was sick. But I’m not sick.” Based on the disturbing true story, “The Act” is a true crime anthology that focuses on the 2015 murder of Dee ...

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Sculpting time for creativity

With a diverse campus and students venturing into different career paths, it is never easy to understand what others go through with course requirements and time consumption. Some students can go through an easy day of classes due to fewer requirements for their major while others are overloaded with course ...

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