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Going green is not easy but it’s worth the effort

» Patrick Pierce –ppierce3@my.apsu.edu You may have heard the term ‘going green’ and seen signs around campus pointing out that our campus is going green, however, you may not be sure what that means. When people refer to going green, they are usually talking about using Earth’s limited resources more ...

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Keep the government out of women’s vaginas

» Ronniesia Reed –rreed24@my.apsu.edu As a woman who enjoys being in control of her own body, I feel neither the government nor anyone else should have control over what I do with it. Recently, pro-life U.S. Rep. Todd Akin, R-Mo., made comments in an interview on the “Jaco Report” about ...

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Student Publications spurs personal growth, achievement

» Chasity webb – cwebb14@my.apsu.edu I am, at last, at the end of my college career. Well, at least until I regain the mental strength and agility to attempt graduate school. The excitement and slight fear of starting my life are hitting me hard but at the same time I’m ...

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Short tenure with The All State provides lasting experiences, skills for future employment

» Trent singer – tsinger@my.apsu.edu Over the past year, I’ve definitely learned a lot. Although my time with The All State has been short, it has most definitely been a fun ride. I’ve learned a lot about what it takes to put together the newspaper on a weekly basis and ...

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Students’ voices heard in last 81 years

» Patrick armstrong – parmstrong@my.apsu.edu. How do I sum up the last six years of my life at The All State? That’s really hard to do. I started out as a staff photographer and I will never forget my first assignment: capture pictures of students smoking in the illegal areas ...

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‘Hunger Games’ political discussion catches fire among readers, critics, reviewers

» trynica daniels – tdaniels8@my.apsu.edu The New York Times bestselling trilogy “The Hunger Games” has spread in popularity like wildfire. So much, it is sometimes hard to believe it was published a mere four years ago. For many devoted fans, the series is on par with the classics of past ...

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