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Gen Z is not the worst gen yet

Kelsey Story | Contributing Writer Each generation is different, and we experience all the changes and challenges the world offers. However, not all people appreciate the new things of today. Right now, it seems some older generations are criticizing or pointing out the ways and behaviors of the newer generations. ...

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Escape Games recruiting new agents in different spin on popular attraction

Imagine being locked in a room with a handful of your closest friends and family members, tasked with solving a mystery in under 60 minutes. One mission, one mystery, one hour. Located on 480 Warfield Boulevard in Clarksville, Tennessee, the Covert Escape Games promise to thrill and immerse people of ...

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Review: Netflix anime suffers from lackluster writing, redeems itself through characters

Devilman Crybaby is a Netflix original series created by Masaaki Yuasa. The series centers on Akira Fudo, an empathetic and emotional track runner who is living with the family of his parents’ friends. His childhood friend, Ryo Asuka, returns to inform him of an influx of ancient demons bent on ...

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New exhibit combines mechanical and audio together

Markayla Bedford | Staff Writer John Douglas Powers is a Tennessee native who graduated from Vanderbilt with a degree in history and then went on to the Georgia Museum of Art and got a degree in sculpture. He has been featured in the New York Times World Sculpture News and ...

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WNDAACC loans out calculators, laptops to students who need them

Understanding the overwhelming nature of college tuition and fees, the Wilbur N. Daniel African American Cultural Center offers free technology to all APSU students to rent for an entire semester at a time. The purpose behind such a program is to provide students access to technology resources, such as Macbooks ...

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