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Racism has been around longer than our current president

Violent acts taken on by the white nationalist movement have begun to reflect poorly on President Donald Trump after an event that recently occurred in Charlottesville, Virginia leaving one dead and over a dozen wounded. Americans have taken to the idea that Trump is the cause of hate crimes breaking ...

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Trump’s U.S. gives white nationalism the security it needs

The recent, vocal outbreak of white nationalists’ boldness and hatred is directly related to the vulgar, inexcusable behavior of the President of the United States, Donald Trump, due to his lack of respect for the minority community and his unapologetic attitude towards violence. Do not get it confused. Trump is ...

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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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Diversity at APSU

The All State asked faculty, staff and students on campus what they thought of diversity at APSU and how it could improve in the future. The following are their responses, which should represent the campus climate and needs better than an opinion piece from our staff would. I feel like  ...

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Letter to the editor: March for Science: Science is not apolitical

As the March for Science approaches, many scientists are still struggling to form an opinion on the march as the event itself continues to struggle with its own identity. Born shortly after the Women’s March, the March for Science quickly exploded into a movement with over 100 supporting organizations and ...

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Letter to the editor: SGA should oppose increased athletics fee

The Student Government Association (SGA) is considering a proposal today from Athletics Director Ryan Ivey, who has asked for the support of SGA in raising the athletics fee paid by students each year by $50. Although some SGA senators have suggested the fee is nominal, this is far from the ...

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