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Review: Aronofsky returns to his film roots in “Mother!”

I remember when the reviews of director Darren Aronofsky’s last film “Noah” came out, the main complaint was the lack of direction outside of his comfort zone. He is a director whose work is infamous for being emotional, often mind-twisting powerhouses, so his previous film was seen as a downgrade ...

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Last operational Landing Ship Tank docks in Clarksville to honor troops

As a part of an annual tour to different cities in the country, the LST-325 docked in Clarksville at McGregor Riverwalk Park on Thursday, Sept. 7, 2017. The boat is the last fully-operational WWII landing ship tank. The LST earned two battle stars, commendations durng combat, launching on Oct. 27, ...

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‘Hot Topic’ teaches legal safety during police stops

Ever been pulled over and questioned on what rights you have when pulled over? The African American Cultural Center held an event called “Hot Topic” on Thursday from 6 to 8 p.m. Representatives from the Nontraditional Student Center, Military Student Center, Fraternity and Sorority Affairs and the Hispanic Cultural Center ...

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NPHC: The Art of Strolling

Kamea's Corner

If there is one thing that you take away from your four years on a college campus, it is most definitely this: when you hear “Blow the Whistle” or “Wipe Me Down”, you MOVE OUT OF THE WAY or you WILL be pushed around like the little ball in a ...

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Robertson brace leads to Senior Night victory

Led by a Kirstin Robertson brace, APSU soccer (5-2) remained unblemished at home following a 3-0 thrashing of Little Rock (3-4). In the offensive showcase, nine Govs combined for 16 shots, seven of those being on frame. In the 50th minute, freshman Claire Larose opened up the scoring with a ...

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Gay-Straight Alliance plans for new semester, bonds LGBTQ community

Outside the door of MUC 312 lay a sign reading “Gay Straight Alliance.” Balloons and several pride flags for numerous sexual orientations and gender identities invited passing students to join them. On Wednesday, Sep. 6 at 6 p.m. in MUC 312, the GSA held its first meeting of the year. ...

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