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Govs compete with big names in Vulcan Invitational

APSU track and field participated in the Vulcan Invitational in Birmingham, Alabama, on Saturday, Jan. 12. This vigorous competition lasted all day and was the Govs first look into the 2019 Ohio Valley Conference Indoor Championships. The Govs enjoyed 14 top 10 finishes, with yet another pole vault win highlighting ...

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Williams added to watchlist for the Buck Buchanan Award

APSU defensive end Jaison Williams has been added to the watchlist for the 2017 STATS FCS Buck Buchanan Award. The award is an annual accolade given to the most regarded defensive player in the Football Championship Subdivision. The award began in 1995. Since its creation, no player from the Ohio Valley ...

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Alabama governor praises pipeline company’s response to leak

Alabama Gov. Robert Bentley said gas prices in parts of the state rose 20 cents over the weekend after a pipeline leak, but he didn’t consider that price gouging. “It changes overnight sometimes that much,” he said. Bentley toured Colonial Pipeline’s emergency response center, in a luxury resort hotel about ...

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Alabama Shakes shakin’ up soul

>>By Megan McCann, Guest Writer Sex, dancing, studying, smoking and sleeping are all appropriate activities for plugging in to Alabama Shakes’ “Sound & Color.” With the soft pings of its title song, “Sound & Color” lures you in from the beginning. Lead singer Brittany Howard does nothing short of crooning over the ...

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Confusion accompanies new same-sex marriage laws in Alabama

MONTGOMERY— Gay couples began getting married in Alabama on Monday morning, Feb. 9, despite an 11th-hour attempt from the state’s chief justice — an outspoken opponent of same-sex marriage— to block the weddings. The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday morning refused to block the marriages and let a hold on ...

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Stress-free spring break: The All State’s guide to having a fun spring break and avoiding all its pitfalls and perils

–pswanson@my.apsu.edu Since the start of the semester, the weather here in Tennessee has been almost unbearable. Every day, we get up to the rain and to the cold and watch as the workload piles up in front of us. After several weeks of this nonsense, most of us are hoping ...

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