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Tables turn for vinyl revival

This is a story of two brothers who made their way back to Clarksville from the west coast. They did not return empty-handed.  They brought with them the nation’s growing obsession with vinyl. That’s right —black, waxy old-timey records. Because of them, Clarksville’s downtown once again has a local record ...

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Battles between codes

If you ever wanted to test your logical thinking and computer capabilities, the Association of Computing Machinery (ACM) Chapter can help you become a real problem solver. On Saturday, Feb. 16, the ACM Chapter held a Programming Competition. It occurred from noon to 5 p.m. in Maynard Room 133. Food ...

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Govs, Taylor cage Eagles on the road

APSU’s pivotal clash with Morehead State on Saturday, Feb. 16 quickly turned into the Terry Taylor show. The sophomore finished the night with a career-high 42 points and 18 rebounds as the Govs survived the road trip to Morehead, Kentucky, with a 73-70 win. The victory also assures the Govs ...

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FMLA encourages students to perform their truths

Some folks giggle, others gasp and others lean in and take interest when the word “vagina” is uttered. For more than two decades, Eve Ensler’s “The Vagina Monologues” has been performed on college campuses and by community groups across the globe to raise awareness and foster resources to end sexual ...

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REVIEW: ‘Alita’ finds herself in four stars

For the first time in a long time, Hollywood is finally getting different types of heroes right. They are becoming more dynamic, relatable and real like the heroes that have dominated the discussion as of late. With “Alita: Battle Angel” hitting theaters, Hollywood, as formulaic as it is, has found ...

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Creating a safe haven for the LGBT+ community

Jaden Donovan, Vice President of APSU’s Gender and Sexuality Alliance, recalls the moment he and a few other GSA members heard derogatory terms shouted at them. They were on campus raising awareness for the annual Day of Silence, a day that shines a light on those in the LGBTQ+ community ...

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