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Proposed Tenn. bill looks to ban teaching of evolution

Associated Press The laws of Tennessee seldom pass unanimously through the chambers of the General Assembly. Debate and differing viewpoints are the lifeblood of the legislative process. However, when a piece of legislation is so distorted in fact, so misleading in its intent, and so fraught with the potential to ...

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Earth Day great opportunity for students to get involved

Gregory Jones | Staff Writer This year, Earth Week at APSU will include a series of events for interested students. These events will engage students in environmentally beneficial activities which will help demonstrate student commitment to making the university green. I have been encouraging students to participate in Earth Week ...

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Sexual assault impacts campuses across US

Kristin Kittell | Assistant Perspectives Editor For a university, reputation is everything. If it is not capable of producing well-rounded, intelligent and socially aware individuals, it loses credibility. For this reason, I am amazed a school like Yale University would still produce students who, according to NPR, would chant the ...

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What do you think about the current advisement process?

I have only had one adviser. She’s really good, always knows what she’s talking about and keeps me on track with the classes I need.” Bethany Kavanaugh, junior secondary education major My adviser hasn’t dealt with the issue properly. It doesn’t seem like advisers are worried about the students. It’s ...

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Phishing, trolling major risks to Facebook users

Catherine Weiss | Staff Writer Facebook has become one of the most used websites in the world. With more and more people signing up for Facebook daily, it’s no surprise it has become a target for phishing, scams and hacking. For students, this means every time you log in at ...

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