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Google breaks ground in Tennessee, offering jobs, school partnerships

Google has broken ground on a $600 million data center in Tennessee that will bring 70 to 100 high-tech jobs. Google officials on Friday announced new and expanding data centers and offices in 14 states, including the Clarksville, Tennessee, center. Sen. Bob Corker’s office says the facility will be Google’s ...

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Student claiming racial profiling comes forward

Markeia Milam, a sophomore political science major, described being ‘racially profiled’ by her roommates in a Twitter thread on Wednesday, Feb 14. Since then, the thread has increased in views and likes. Milam came to The All State on Friday with her full story. Milam described the Wednesday incident. “Well I ...

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APSU student claims to be ‘racially profiled’ by campus housing

APSU student Markeia Milam took to Twitter to discuss possibly being racially profiled on campus. The initial tweet, shown below, has over 400 retweets and likes on the app and a growing thread.   MY ROOM HAS BEEN RANDOMLY SEARCHED 3 times!!! Not to mention they keep doing random pop ...

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AP Wire: Adults can now apply for Tennessee’s tuition-free schooling

Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam says applications are now being accepted for adults who want to enroll tuition-free this fall at a community college or technical college. In a news release Thursday, the governor’s office says Tennessee Reconnect applications can be completed online. Enrollees need to apply to a community college ...

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Mills tells SGA to ‘do their research’

Assistant Vice President for Student Affairs and Director of Housing, Joe Mills, spoke at SGA’s meeting on Wednesday, Feb.7 about their lack of research on legislation. “Before a senator writes a resolution, he or she go and talk to the office in charge of the topic of the resolution, as ...

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Food for Fines doubles in participation

Back by popular demand by students, faculty, and staff, the Department of Public Safety and the University’s Save Our Students (SOS) Food Pantry have brought back the Food for Fines program to help pay for parking citations while also providing food for the program According to Michael Kasitz, Director of ...

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