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‘White Lives Matter’ protests come to Tennessee

White Nationalists and counter-protestors met in Shelbyville County to protest illegal immigrant settlement and carried Confederate flags through the streets. Approximately 160 white nationalists participated. The movement planned to travel from Shelbyville to Murfreesboro, Tn. According to USA today, some participants wore items connecting them to the Traditionalist Worker Party, ...

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Former police officer from Tennessee State University dies in shooting

Clarksville native Jonathan Outlaw was a victim of a shooting in Robertson County Tuesday at 8:45 p.m. The county’s sheriff’s office reported the shooting taking place in Cedar Hill. According to The Tennessean, Outlaw’s father lives in Clarksville, and Brian Williams, who worked alongside Outlaw at TSU, said “He was ...

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SGA meeting talks event planning, board representation

By: Steven Prescott SGA completed its third meeting of the month on Oct. 18. SGA’s Student Tribunal announced that it completed a monthly review of student appeals. These appeals range in nature from disciplinary to traffic offenses. Chief Justice Waqas Ahmed told senators that 44 appeals were considered by the ...

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SGA releases yearly budget report card

By: Steven Prescott SGA strives to be the voice of the student body. SGA members are elected to represent the powerful voice to the Tennessee Board of Regents and the APSU’s administration. There are over 10,000 registered students at APSU, all of which are represented by SGA. Last year, SGA ...

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Career Services hosts first Career Week for students

By: Mahalia Smith The Office of Career Services hosts various events every semester to help students prepare for internships and careers beyond college. This semester, Career Services consolidated many events and seminars into a full Career Services Week from Oct. 23-27. “This year, my staff got together, and we talked ...

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