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Govs Fall Short to Gamecocks

APSU Softball could not get passed the Jacksonville State Gamecocks as they lost in a double header. APSU met the Gamecocks Friday, at Cheryl Holt Field at Joe and Cathi Maynard Softball Stadium for a close Ohio Valley Conference matchup. The Govs lost to the defending conference champions by 2-1 ...

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Men and Women’s Tennis Fall in Regular Season Finale

Men and Women’s Tennis closed their regular seasons in losing fashion against Eastern Kentucky University in Richmond, Kentucky, on Friday, April 14. The Women lost 6-1 against a red-hot Colonel team. The Govs came in with a 10-8 (6-3 OVC) record, while the Colonels came in vying for a regular ...

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Tailor Y. Career – References

Dear Tailor, I am currently applying for a job, and the application is asking for a reference page. What is this, and how do I go about making one? Sincerely, Reference-less  Dear Reference-less, A reference page is a list of contacts who have agreed to endorse you and your skills ...

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“Clothesline Project” provides anonymous haven to shares hidden tales of abuse, assault

By Contributing Writer : D’Andre Anderson The month of April for some people just means we are one more step from summer break. For other people, it is so much more than a summer break. It is the month to help raise awareness for sexual, physical, verbal and domestic assault. ...

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Group practices Kendo, Lai martial arts passed down from ancient Japan

D’Andre Anderson | Contributing Writer Have you ever wanted to be calm and at ease with life by getting peace in your mind? A Kendo and Iai sparring club might be for you. Many students might be unaware about this club at APSU. “This is a Japanese art,” junior chemistry ...

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SGA Presidential Candidate Colin Crist seeks to create positive impact with his time

The Student Government Association (SGA) has announced the three presidential candidates on the ballot for the upcoming year. Junior physics major Colin Crist said he has proven, through his work for APSU’s campus as well as his community, that he is deserving of his candidacy. Venturing into his freshman year ...

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