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Biased abortion bill violates privacy

» Kristin Kittell – kkittell@my.apsu.edu Today, Tennessee lawmakers are considering House Bill 3808, which will require precise statistical abortion data to be published for public viewing, according to thinkprocess.org. This data will reveal not only the names of physicians who perform the procedures but also patient information broken down by ...

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Kony 2012: Where is your money going?

» JOSEPH JOHNSON In response to an article in the latest issue of The All State, I have some deep concerns I hope somebody can address. When I read the title implying Chick-Fil-A is discriminative and gives money to organizations that are discriminating, my first thought was they give money ...

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Efficient methods for going green, saving green

» Patrick Pierce – ppierce3@my.apsu.edu One of the myths about going green is getting started costs a lot of money. Truth be told, there are several ways one can go green without ever breaking the bank. If you are like me and are a college student on a budget or ...

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Kony 2012: Where is your money going?

» Ashlie talley – atalley2@my.apsu.edu Recently, a new video about the situation in Uganda has gone viral. Kony 2012 is calling us to do something to stop the man who is behind the killings and forced sexual labor happening there right now, Joseph Kony. Although I have yet to meet ...

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Infidelity redefined by technology

» Trynica daniels – tdaniels8@my.apsu.edu By the time young adults begin college, many have already been in relationships and experienced the nasty phenomenon of a breakup. Breakups can occur for a number of reasons, but one of the most devastating reasons for a breakup — one that crushes self-esteem and ...

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Tattoos, body piercings may limit job opportunities

» andy wolf – awolf@my.apsu.edu When I was 16, I got my first tattoo. Luckily, my parents were getting a divorce, so nobody seemed to notice. I eventually got more, each tattoo drawn by myself or my sister. Each piece was a symbol of an era I felt was important ...

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