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Is the market’s strong start bound to fizzle?

Associated Press NEW YORK — The pattern looks eerily familiar. The stock market scampers up to historical heights to start the year then gets knocked on its back. Last year, worries about Greece and the U.S. economy helped flatten a rally by June. The year before it was an earthquake ...

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Lady Govs basketball fall in first game of the double-header

The Lady Govs were in action in the first game of the double-header against the Tennessee State Lady Tigers. The Lady Govs were keeping the Lady Tigers on their heels early in the first half, due in fact to the rebounding by Alexis Hardaway and Nicole Olszewski and scoring from ...

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I’ve got 99 problems, but my pitch ain’t one

»Ronniesia Reed –rreed24@my.apsu.edu Recently, pop singer Beyoncé Knowles-Carter sang the national anthem at the presidential inauguration. Not long after, the internet began to buzz about her lip-syncing the anthem. The idea of a Grammy award- winning artist lip -syncing the national anthem during the inauguration is disrespectful to some, and ...

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Violent games make violence a game

»Phillip Swanson –pswanson@my.apsu.edu More and more, every day, we hear of violent tragedies that have taken place across the U.S. Unfortunately most, if not all of them, involve guns. At this stage in human existence, gun violence is almost inescapable. No matter how many precautions we take, no matter how ...

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Service-learning involvement, options expand on campus

» By CHRIS COPPEDGE- ccoppedge@my.apsu.edu For Elizabeth Kurtz, APSU’s Americorps Vista representative, the issue of service-learning on the APSU campus is a deeply important one. “This conference is a huge step in terms of exposing our faculty to the service-learning already in place at other Tennessee Board of Regents and ...

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