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Knowing that there’s something to come

Kamea's Corner

It’s crazy to think that just a month ago, I was just counting down the days to my arrival on campus. Now that I’m here, I can’t even begin to say how many times I’ve questioned skipping classes to lay in bed a little longer. Then there’s the million dollar ...

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Summer events successful for APSU, change campus

» By Lynsie Cook Contributing writer As summer comes to an end, great news for APSU continues to transpire. One of the major additions to APSU this year resolves a problem nearly all students have faced: parking. No longer will students fight over parking spots or resort to creating their ...

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Freshman class of 2020 breaks APSU records

On Friday, Aug. 19, freshman students walked into the Dunn Center for the annual freshman convocation. Members of various campus organizations and APSU cheerleaders greeted students and spent some of their time teaching popular cheers. APSU President Alisa White opened the convocation with some advice for the new students. “Don’t ...

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Top ten tips for freshmen

According to ATTN, 30 percent of college students can’t boil an egg and 52 percent of teens can’t change a tire. The lack of teaching high school and college students basic life skills has led to “adulting,” where young people attempt to succeed at doing things regular adults do, but ...

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Then and now: End-of-year advice from freshman

The All State featured two APSU freshmen, Averie Minadeo and Daniel Kelley, at the beginning of their first semester in fall 2014 in order to track changes and progress throughout their first academic year. The All State has caught up with Minadeo, but received no response from Kelley. Minadeo’s responses ...

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New freshmen and graduate SGA senators

From Tuesday, Sept. 10 to Thursday, Sept. 12, the SGA held its senator elections for five freshman seats and two graduate seats. Students could either cast their votes online or go to physical booths in the UC. Eighteen freshman candidates were running and only five were to be accepted. There ...

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