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Adulting 101: Step away from the Netflix

Before we begin the magical journey of transitioning from a dorm room to a board room, we need to have a little bit of real talk. Now, I know most of us don’t want to admit that this is a problem, but it is. There are many contributing factors in ...

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Congress passes extension for student loan program

WASHINGTON — Congress is extending a federal loan program that provides low-interest money to the neediest students for college. The Perkins Loan program will get a two-year extension, under compromise legislation approved Thursday in the House, a day after clearing the Senate. The program expired on September 30. The measure ...

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Gift of Geek

It’s the most wonderful time of the year again, and for many this means it’s time to start considering what presents to get. For those of you who aren’t geek-inclined, picking out a gift that will satisfy your nerd-and-proud friends can be challenging. With so much geeky giftery on the ...

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Governors football continues season drought without win

APSU football took a quick trip down to Nashville to take on Ohio Valley Conference opponent Tennessee State University at Hale Stadium on Saturday, Oct. 31. The gloomy, rainy weather resulted in a 20-6 loss for APSU, giving the Tigers their first OVC win of the season. APSU was clicking ...

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Lady Govs soccer end season, no invitation to OVC tournament

APSU soccer was just one goal shy of making it into the Ohio Valley Conference Tournament. APSU fell to the regular season champions Murray State 2-1 at Cutchin Field in Murray, Ky. on Thursday, Oct. 29. The loss put an end to the Lady Govs’ 2015 season, finishing with a ...

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