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Choosing a major proves difficult for college students

Kristin Kittell Assistant Perspectives Editor Last Friday, Jan. 11, just like every other painfully early Friday morning, I sat in the Sundquist Science Center awaiting the beginning of an 8 a.m. class. As I pondered the futility of my attempts to grasp science, I overheard the conversations of two students ...

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What was your influence in choosing your major?

I chose radiology because I want to help people. I’ve had injuries in the past and I know what it’s like to go through that. I want to help others.” Hallie McFall, sophomore radiology tech major I had an economics teacher at the community college I went to. As a ...

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Alpha Sigma Lambda Comes to APSU

By: Alexandra M. White This spring APSU’s campus will be brightened with a new Honor Society, the Alpha Theta Psi chapter of Alpha Sigma Lambda. However, this isn’t like your average honor society for college campus’s this honor society is specifically catered to non-traditional students. Non-traditional students on APSU’s campus are identified as students 25 years of ...

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How have the recent D2L issues affected your class work?

My experience has been negative. I didn’t get it set up until two weeks into school because it wouldn’t log on.” Grant Ellis, freshman undecided I have three classes that use D2L and sometimes it’s temperamental, but when it does work it’s nice to have all of my classes right ...

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