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NPHC, NAACP march in honor of civil rights leader

With the snows of one storm behind them and another forecast of snow rapidly approaching, students still found the determination to march Monday, Jan. 15, in remembrance of Martin Luther King Jr. Normally hosted by the local chapter of the NAACP, the march began at 11:30 a.m. in APSU’s Greek ...

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REVIEW: Newest Star Wars entry fresh, fulfilling as it sets new precedent in Star Wars story-telling

***This review contains spoilers for The Last Jedi.*** Seeing “The Force Awakens” in theaters, almost a decade after “Revenge of the Sith” released, was a mind-blowing experience. Now, however, Star Wars had a reputation to uphold, and with criticisms saying Epsode VII was a rehash of “A New Hope,” could ...

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Healy signs new contract

APSU Football Head Coach Will Healy signed a 4-year contract that will keep him as the man behind the helm of APSU Football’s rise on Thursday, Dec. 21. Healy’s new contract will collectively total $860,000 over the four year span. Healy will earn $200,000 in 2018, $210,000 in 2019, $220,000 ...

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Top 5: Enjoy the holidays with these five films, each with their ups and downs

#5: Elf Objectively, I would not say Elf is a great film, and had this been given to different writers, I would be more critical of it. Most of the characters are not that interesting, the supporting actors’ performances are diminutive, and the film can be very cheesy and cliché ...

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Mabry concert hall hosts Christmas concert

Christmas came early to APSU with While Shepherds Watched by David Steinquest & Friends. Spectacle, music, ambiance, humor and pure unadulterated talent characterized the program taking place in the George and Shannon Mabry Concert Hall. The show enticed APSU students, family and friends of past audience members with convenient access ...

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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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