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Should pepper spray be allowed on campus?

I would assume so; it’s personal safety. I mean, especially how many people they have getting raped around campus or on campus. It’s not like people are spraying each other for fun.” Gabe Hermes, sophomore international business major I guess. Every woman and man deserves a line of protection. Pepper ...

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APSU future housing changes draw criticism, support from students being affected

APSU has recently announced housing changes to take place Fall 2011. They have caused outrage in many current students, even prompting them to start a Facebook page in opposition. The editorial board members of The All State discussed the positive and negative effects on students. With a record enrollment of ...

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GE@AP: Attending graduate school offers students competitive edge for future

By SHAY GORDON | Staff Writer Junior and senior students were invited to the “GE@AP” (Graduate Education at Austin Peay) event in order to learn more about the graduate programs offered by APSU. On Wednesday, Nov. 10, the event offered students information about graduate programs in a student’s chosen discipline ...

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APSU students disagree with pepper spray ban on campus

Kaila Sewell | Staff Writer Should pepper spray be allowed on campus or not? According to the poll currently active at www.theallstate.org, 80 percent of students think it should be allowed. I definitely agree and, to be frank, I really think it’s silly the parking lots are so dark and ...

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Response to ‘Mid-term elections reflect frustrations’

By BRANDON MARSHALL | Letter to the Editor While I generally agreed with the sentiments expressed by David Kanervo in his Wednesday, Nov. 10, column, “Mid-Term Elections Reflect Frustrations,” there was a segment in it I have to thoroughly disagree with; the statement that Republican ideas were completely ignored in ...

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Is capital punishment outdated?

Recently, Connecticut jurors recommended the death penalty for Steven Hayes after he was convicted of three murders. The death penalty, or capital punishment, is often used to sentence the most extreme offenders. Treason, murder, adultery, rape in revolutions to kill overturned leaders were all once widely accepted crimes that warranted ...

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