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Three Govs selected as OVC Players of the Week

Three Govs found their ways into the Ohio Valley Conference honors following their performances in volleyball’s undefeated week. Kristen Stucker week earned her setter of the week as she racked up 110 assists over the three game span. Stucker’s highest amount of assists came in her game versus UT Martin ...

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Annual Lip Sync event raises money for Camp Rainbow

By: Allyson Marsh Sync for Smiles Lip Sync Battle is an annual event staged by Alpha Delta Pi at APSU to raise money for Camp Rainbow. The Lip Sync battle consisted of seven different organizations that competed in song and dance for first place. “Camp Rainbow is an organization that ...

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GHOST

By: William Hayes Greater Halloween Options for Safe Trick-or-Treating, or GHOST, has been on the APSU campus since 2003. At GHOST, children can get candy and participate in a variety of games that APSU students set up for them. Two days before Halloween, the APSU football field is surrounded in ...

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Homecoming’s Step Show brings unity to Greek life, African-American community

Noise. Words muffled, stereos blaring, friends reuniting, families laughing, strangers conversing. Different people connected by this one experience: waiting in anticipation for the Greek life step show. Everyone shoulder to shoulder herding into the small funnel opening of the Foy fitness and recreational center. Suddenly a new noise overpowers the ...

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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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Puerto Rico: My Heart’s Devotion

flag of puerto rico

Imagine being in the dark; and, friends, I’m talking pitch black dark. Can’t see one thing in front of you even once your eyes have adjusted to the dark. The image that just popped into your head is exactly what the people of Puerto Rico experienced up until this past ...

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