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The Ages of Social Media and FOMO

The internet has been evolving for the last few years. It used to be a source for all kinds of worldwide information by using the main sources such as Google, Yahoo and Bing. Now when people think of the internet, they mostly think of social media like Facebook, Instagram and ...

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Social Media is Not the Problem, We Are

Most APSU seniors were in kindergarten when Myspace and Facebook launched. Today’s college students have grown up in a world of social media influence. Social media tends to be a divisive topic especially between generations. However, each generation has something that sets them apart from the previous generation and the ...

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Beware of the troll behind the screen

They exist all over the Internet and take many forms. You might even be one. A Troll. Trolls are defined as “someone who posts inflammatory, extraneous or off-topic messages in an online community, such as an online discussion forum, chat room or blog, with the primary intent of provoking readers into ...

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Open Letter To APSU

With another award winning year under our belt, The All State staff plans to move forward in 2016-17 and hopes to bring another year of amazing content to the APSU campus. The All State plans to bring a more diverse paper to the forefront. APSU has such a remarkable student ...

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Student advocates for commuters

Parking is an ongoing concern at APSU, but one student has taken initiative to spread helpful information about how commuters can handle it. Trahern lot, a frequently used faculty parking lot, was lost before the fall semester began due to the construction of the new fine arts building. As a ...

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Modern technology harms intellectual growth

Without search engines, most students would be lost when it comes to school assignments. With so much information available at the click of a mouse, college students are defeating the purpose of research and ultimately damaging their intelligence? Search engines such as Google, Yahoo, Bing and others give college students ...

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