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HealthCare.gov fix needs more time, money

Technology experts say healing what ails the Healthcare.gov website will be a tougher task than the Obama administration acknowledges. “It’s going to cost a lot of tax dollars to get this done,” says Bill Curtis, senior vice president and chief scientist at CAST, a French software analysis company with offices ...

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Students offer useful tips to each other to help find balance between academics and social life for new school year

» By Raven Brown –Staff Writer Most of you made it through this past year of college without spontaneously combusting into a fiery ball of stress, and the rest and relaxation that comes with summer break has ended all of your worries about tests, grades, and GPAs. But those two ...

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Celebrities give newcoming students advice on how to stay stress free and healthy during hard times in college

»Ronniesia Reed –Perspectives Editor The beginning of the school year can be the most stressful for freshmen. With moving in, starting classes, learning the campus and meeting new people on the list of to-dos, it can be difficult to balance things out. The good news is, it all gets better. ...

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STD awareness is important for all students

»Ronniesia Reed –Assistant Perspectives Editor As college students, STD awareness is becoming more and more important for many of us. There are many sexually transmitted diseases that we are unaware of, and we are unaware of the many ways we can get them. “Even grandma kissing you at Christmas might ...

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SGA: Can’t stop, won’t stop

»Faith Johnson –Guest Writer The value of our Student Government Association should not be put into question unless it is shown that the SGA is no longer beneficial to the student body. Suggesting that the SGA is no longer benefitting the student body because the legislation that it works on ...

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Jenelle says farewell to editors leaving Student Pubs

»Jenelle Grewell –Editor-In-Chief This semester, The All State is seeing a lot of good staff members graduating or moving on to bigger things. As editor-in-chief it can be hard on me not only because I am seeing valuable staff members leave but also because I am seeing people I have ...

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