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Attack kills 84 in France

NICE, France (AP) — A Tunisian living in France drove a large truck through crowds celebrating Bastille Day along Nice’s beachfront, killing at least 84 people, many of them children, according to police and hospital officials. The slaughter ended only after police killed the armed attacker in a hail of ...

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FBI says it won’t recommend charges in Clinton email matter

WASHINGTON (AP) — FBI Director James Comey says the FBI will not recommend criminal charges in its investigation into Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server while secretary of state. Comey made the announcement Tuesday, three days after FBI agents interviewed Clinton in a final step of its investigation. ...

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APSU employees can now apply to carry handguns on campus

Full-time APSU employees with valid carry permits can now apply to carry concealed handguns on university property under Tennessee law TCA 39-17-1309, which will take effect on Friday, July 1. There are at least 360 full-time faculty members at APSU eligible to carry concealed weapons under this law, according to ...

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Full-time APSU employees can now carry handguns on campus

ASSOCIATED PRESS — A bill allowing staff and faculty at Tennessee’s public colleges and universities to be armed on campus became law on Monday without Republican Gov. Bill Haslam’s signature. Haslam said in a statement that he disagreed with the bill for not allowing campus leaders “to make their own decisions regarding ...

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Open forum sees concerns for three hours

The APSU community went looking for answers to their questions about the nooses hung in front of the Trahern at the open forum hosted by university officials on Tuesday, April 19. APSU President Alisa White, Executive Director of Public Relations and Marketing Bill Persinger and Chief Diversity Officer David Davenport ...

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Student’s controversial art display inspires awareness walk, open forum

Following an art display depicting six rainbow-colored nooses that APSU President Alisa White called “disturbing,” junior communication major Reuben Harris led a group of students to the Morgan University Center to voice their displeasure on Tuesday, April 19. Harris said these nooses were an issue because they did not have ...

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