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Letter To The Editor – Administration cuts philosophy and religion program

Submitted by: Jordy Rocheleau Last week, the APSU administration decided to cut one of the three faculty lines from the Philosophy and Religion program. The position eliminated was that formerly held by Dr. Bert Randall, whose 45 years of service were just celebrated. The position is currently held by temporary instructor ...

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They did not get another shot

By Stephanie Carson | Contributing Writer Gun control is a topic many are very passionate about, and some may not know much about it at all. However one may feel about the subject, it is becoming more relevant than ever. From the Sandy Hook school shooting, to the Orlando nightclub ...

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Terror is born in America as well

A simple Google search will define the word “terrorist” as “a person who uses unlawful violence and intimidation, especially against civilians, in the pursuit of political aims.” Nowhere in this basic explanation does it state the perpetrator needs to be from a foreign country to gain this title. With the ...

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Desire to learn draws difficulty

You have a discussion board due at 11:59 p.m., a test to complete by 9 p.m. and an essay that is supposed to be submitted to the dropbox no later than 10 p.m. You log in to complete all of your work that morning, and the website you need is ...

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University president holds dinner for black students with racist centerpiece

A small group of African-American students at a Nashville, Tennessee college, Lipscomb University, were invited to a dinner with the university’s President, Randy Lowry and were greeted with tasteless décor, broken promises and offensive gestures, leaving the students feeling full of anger and confusion. This dinner was specifically organized for ...

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