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Race in Greek life

Race is an ongoing topic in America, whether in education, employment or poverty. Because it is sensitive subject matter, much debate is used to approach the topic of racial status in Greek life across the U.S. “I don’t think it’s necessarily a problem at our school,” said Trevor Brand, junior ...

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Stock indexes hit milestones before slipping back

Associated Press   NEW YORK (AP) — U.S. stock market indexes are hitting major round-number milestones. The Dow Jones industrial average crossed 16,000 for the first time early Monday. The Standard & Poor’s 500 rose past 1,800, then dipped slightly. At midday, the Dow was up 40 points, or 0.3 ...

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Cold, dry winter in store for Tennesseans

Winter is only a few weeks away, and that means the threat of snow, ice and freezing conditions. For those looking ahead to the coming season, there are two sources for distant weather predictions: the Old Farmer’s Almanac and the Farmer’s Almanac. The 2013-2014 winter weather outlook for Clarksville, according ...

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New Govs football stadium on the way

On Saturday, Nov. 16, APSU will play a home football game against Southeast Missouri State University, the Govs’ last home game of the season. The kickoff will be at 1 p.m. After the game, APSU is hosting a demolition ceremony for the old Governors Stadium. Attendees will see the first ...

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Nontraditional students celebrate

From Monday, Nov. 4 to Friday, Nov. 8, the Adult and Nontraditional Student Center (ANTSC) celebrated Nontraditional Student Week. “Nontraditional Student Week celebrates the adult learners who have carved out time from their busy lives to pursue a higher education,” said ANTSC Graduate Assistant Linda McIntosh. On Monday, Nov. 4 ...

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SGA passes three acts and proposes legislation

The SGA passed three acts and senators proposed four new pieces of legislation during the meeting on Wednesday, Nov. 6. Act No. 1 was passed, which will push the SGA to begin publicly publishing the voting records of senators. Senator Chris Hayes, who sponsored the bill, said its goal was ...

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