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Review: ‘Blade Runner’ sequel explores what it means to be human

In 2019, Los Angeles detective Rick Deckard (Harrison Ford) patrolled the murky streets of the dystopian metropolis to hunt down and “retire” what is known as a Replicant, an outlawed robotic humanoid originally meant for slave labor that turned rebellious against their human creators soon after their creation. Thirty years ...

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Equality Clarksville hosts ‘Coming Out Picnic’ as place of safety for members

Photos adorn the inside wall of a wooden terrace, held up by pins and strings amid the inconsistent sprinkle of rain. Next to the occasional photo are stories. Some of the stories show hurt, others relief and still others show loss and fear. Among these stories is a common theme: ...

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Review: Despite technical difficulties, play lives up to APSU standards, superb acting

As the new theater season opened in the Trahern Theater this weekend, the Theater department elected to host this semester’s performance of ‘Company’ in a new location within the Trahern building. Was this a step in a different, possibly exciting direction for APSU’s productions? As a whole, I thought ‘Company’ ...

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Caffeination fascination plays role in college life, giving students energy during academic stress

Getting through the day can be tough without something kicking a body into overdrive. On campus, this can be summed up in one word: coffee. Coffee is a common drink consumed throughout America. It is a part of culture to drink caffeine to get a day going. According to statisticbrain.com, ...

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Clarksville goes on zombie hunt with paintball guns in Halloween spirit

You can hear them behind you. Feverishly, you point the barrel of your bright red rifle towards the trees, thumb fumbling over the orange, rubber button on your rail-mounted flashlight as you struggle to see what is around you, but you know they are there, just out of your line ...

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Mental Health Matters

Kamea's Corner

If there is one thing that I have taken away from four years of religion classes, it’s to be mindful. Taking those few moments to just, be. Inhaling all of the stress and everything that has happened this week (even though it’s only Wednesday) and once that exhale is let ...

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