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A New Era

APSU Basketball is synonymous with one name, Dave Loos, who retired after the 2016-17 season posting career 502 victories. The 2017-18 season marks the first time in 27 years that a new face is at the helm. who replaces a campus legend like that? Matt Figger. Figger, who served as ...

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They did not get another shot

By Stephanie Carson | Contributing Writer Gun control is a topic many are very passionate about, and some may not know much about it at all. However one may feel about the subject, it is becoming more relevant than ever. From the Sandy Hook school shooting, to the Orlando nightclub ...

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Terror is born in America as well

A simple Google search will define the word “terrorist” as “a person who uses unlawful violence and intimidation, especially against civilians, in the pursuit of political aims.” Nowhere in this basic explanation does it state the perpetrator needs to be from a foreign country to gain this title. With the ...

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Campus security, what works, what does not

Earlier this semester, I went to the Foy. I put my A number in and placed my hand over the sensor, only to realize that I was purged from the system again. I have always wondered why we place our hands on that machine in the Foy entrance, when to ...

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Artists do not have a moral obligation to make their work political

Do you stand for what you believe in, or stand for the peer pressure to believe in something? Individuals of every social class are asked to put their views on political issues out and into the public eye. Too many celebrities are scrutinized for the sole act of not sharing ...

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The B Word

The stigma against bisexuality on television stems from a lack of knowledge in the real world.

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