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Student claiming racial profiling comes forward

Markeia Milam, a sophomore political science major, described being ‘racially profiled’ by her roommates in a Twitter thread on Wednesday, Feb 14. Since then, the thread has increased in views and likes. Milam came to The All State on Friday with her full story. Milam described the Wednesday incident. “Well I ...

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APSU student claims to be ‘racially profiled’ by campus housing

APSU student Markeia Milam took to Twitter to discuss possibly being racially profiled on campus. The initial tweet, shown below, has over 400 retweets and likes on the app and a growing thread.   MY ROOM HAS BEEN RANDOMLY SEARCHED 3 times!!! Not to mention they keep doing random pop ...

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Shades of discrimination

Businesses should have a right to choose who they serve as long as they do not discriminate against a person’s race, gender or sexuality. The question of whether the government should allow  businesses to pick whom they provide service to has been highly debated recently. Indiana’s governor signing Senate Bill ...

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Race in Greek life

Race is an ongoing topic in America, whether in education, employment or poverty. Because it is sensitive subject matter, much debate is used to approach the topic of racial status in Greek life across the U.S. “I don’t think it’s necessarily a problem at our school,” said Trevor Brand, junior ...

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SGA passes three acts and proposes legislation

The SGA passed three acts and senators proposed four new pieces of legislation during the meeting on Wednesday, Nov. 6. Act No. 1 was passed, which will push the SGA to begin publicly publishing the voting records of senators. Senator Chris Hayes, who sponsored the bill, said its goal was ...

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