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Nontraditional Family Fun: a game day for students and their families

While the Adult and Nontraditional Student Center provides outreach to the nontraditional population at APSU, there is also another organization that provides similar outreach, yet without official ties to the university: the Nontraditional Student Society, or NTSS. “In the past, [NTSS] tried to focus on supporting nontraditional students specifically, but ...

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Countdown to Geek Media Expo

Nashville’s own Geek Media Expo is fast approaching, hitting middle Tennessee with games, guests and geekdom galore from October 28-30. GMX is presented by the same parent organization that annually brings the Middle Tennessee Anime Convention, the largest anime convention in the south, to Nashville. This will be GMX’s 8th ...

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Sister Location: The best game in FNAF series?

Last month I wrote an article about the latest installment in Scott Cawthon’s runaway video game franchise, “Five Nights at Freddy’s,” and how the new game was going to be released on Oct. 7 of this year. Surprisingly, Cawthon actually kept his word this time and the newest game, “Sister ...

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“The Purge” franchise coming to television

The Purge series has become a yearly cinema installment, with its most recent film “The Purge: Election Year” hitting theatres in July of 2016. The box office smash about a future in which all crime is legal for a twelve hour period known as “The Purge” became the lowest budget ...

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Mental illness in the media

Television and movies have long been used to promote new ideas, show people a new way of thinking and give a voice to people who might normally be silenced. Recently, big steps have been made toward the inclusion of all types of people in our media- people of color, transgender ...

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