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A Call Home: Kentel Williams

Every athlete has their specific way to prepare for a game. Sometimes they might play a song that puts them in the zone, other times it is a quote or picture taped to the back of their locker that reminds them what they are working for. For APSU’s Kentel Williams, ...

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Egyptian biology student experiences American holiday like any other day

On the edge of winter is November, re-introducing early evenings, brisk weather and leafless trees but, before winter settles in for most of us, the annual celebration of Thanksgiving brings our families, friends and loved ones together to share, laugh and eat until the mere intake of the slightest bit ...

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REVIEW: ‘Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon’ change too much and too little at the same time

This review contains spoilers. As someone who thoroughly enjoyed “Pokemon Sun and Moon” when they launched last year, I was eagerly anticipating the release of “Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon.” Though I was not totally sure what to expect from a “remix,” of sorts, I was confident I would ...

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REVIEW: ‘Thor: Ragnarok’ presents superior characters, humor in newest addition

“Thor: Ragnarok” is the third installment in the Thor series and the seventeenth film overall in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. After reuniting, Thor and Loki learn that their sister and the Goddess of Death, Hela (played by Cate Blanchett), has returned to reclaim Asgard, all in the wake of an ...

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APSU students react to FCS Playoffs snub

Early Sunday morning the NCAA’s Football Championship Subdivision announced their 24-team field for the 2017 NCAA FCS Playoffs. Amongst the list is defending champions James Madison, 5-time National Champions North Dakota State and the reigning Ohio Valley Conference Champions Jacksonville State. Not among the field of 24 is 8-4 APSU. ...

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Help-an-Elf provides toys, gifts to families in need thanks to students

Markayla Bedford | Staff Writer Looking forward to the holidays and the spirit of giving? Student Affairs is hosting a charity program called Help an Elf. This program’s sole purpose is to assist fully enrolled APSU students with children during the holidays. It is open to anyone looking to donate ...

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