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Fifty Years after the Stonewall Riots

The Stonewall Riots, 50 years past now. For those who only vaguely recall the phrase, the Stonewall Riots were four nights of riots in Greenwich Village following the raid on a bar “frequented by homosexuals” according to the New York Times. The story has always been unclear and always will ...

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Celeste-3 D.C. Metro-1

This week in Washington, I’ve gotten squished in Metro doors and developed a foolproof distraction game while on the train to work to take my mind off the smell and creepy stares of men. I have also neglected to talk about why I am actually here: my internship. 1: Getting smushed. This ...

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Community dedicates new housing and dining facilities

By Phillip Swanson Staff Writer   On Monday, Sept. 9, after having spent $34 million and two years in construction, the Governor’s Terrace Hall, The Terrace dining complex and the Martha Dickerson Eriksson Hall had their official grand opening in The Terrace. A wide range of the individuals involved were ...

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APSU hires new police chief; Calloway leaves and Kasitz takes his place

Three months after Terence Calloway’s departure, APSU’s campus police department now has a new police chief, Michael Kasitz. An initial pool of 67 candidates was whittled down to three final candidates who then attended day-long on-campus interviews in August. The committee unanimously chose Kasitz as the new police chief who will ...

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APSU community ‘Takes Back the Night’ for women

» By Chaseton Donahoe Staff Writer The Feminist Majority Leadership Alliance led a “Take Back the Night” march in protest of sexual and domestic violence Thursday night, April 25, in the UC Plaza. The march signifies a stance against forms of sexual abuse commonly associated with nighttime hours. The Take ...

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APSU community remembers Boston

» By Danielle Hunter Staff Writer Despite being miles away, APSU paid its respects to the Boston Marathon bombing victims on Wednesday, April 24, with a “Peace Walk” and vigil. The Peace Walk followed the one-mile route on the campus’s new GovsTrails, and the candlelight vigil was held afterwards in ...

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