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The Ridicule of Serena Williams

During the US Open final against Naomi Osaka, tennis player Serena Williams was fined and docked points for her reaction of the referee’s calls. Williams received code violations for breaking her racquet and penalties for calling the umpire a “thief”.  Williams was ultimately slapped with a fine of $17,000. This ...

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Not Her Fault

The bishop of a church that officiated Aretha Franklin’s funeral service on Aug. 31 allegedly groped Ariana Grande during her performance of “(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman.” The internet rushed to give their opinion of the situation. The comment sections imploded with people blaming Grande for wearing ...

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Jacksonville Shooting – What We Know and How It Relates to Us

The mass shooting at a Florida video game tournament resulted in two deaths and wounded 10 others. Jacksonville Sheriff said David Katz attended the “Madden NFL 19” video game tournament and carried out the shooting before turning the gun on himself. What we know about the gunman: Obvious signs of ...

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We cannot lose our humanity to Trump

Many were shocked as the results of the election rolled in last semester, watching as state by state voted in favor of Donald Trump. There was notable tension in the air on APSU’s campus that Wednesday morning; those who voted against Trump were somber, while his supporters were silent, save ...

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Trump reveals hatred coming from all

Last year, if I asked anyone who they thought would win the election, hardly anyone would have said Trump. Even after the events of the week before the actual election, it simply was not on many people’s minds. Honestly, a year after 2016’s election, I still cannot bring myself to ...

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Closing time: Seniors reflect on APSU experience

GLAVINE DAY | SPORTS EDITOR These past four years have been quite a journey for me. I started out as a Sports Broadcasting major, then Public Relations, then back to Sports Broadcasting and then I stuck with Print and Web Journalism as a junior. I worked for PeayNation Sports for ...

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