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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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“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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The B Word

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

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Man’s trip across the U.S. pit stops in Clarksville

Ryan Ray passed through Clarksville on Wednesday, Aug. 19, during his three-thousand-mile journey across the U.S. Ray’s website describes him as a speaker, explorer and writer. In his current exploration, he started out in Los Angeles and will finish up in New York City. Ray said his intent is to pursue his ...

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Power to the media, all forms.

Controversies over which media outlets produce better news are constant. The real fact of the matter is print, television, radio or apps can’t live without each other. Communication is key to surviving this crazy world. As our generation or “millennials” continue to grow, times continue to change. There are rumors ...

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Nerdy for Newbies: Animation

This is quite possibly my last Nerdy for Newbies, considering I’m running out of modes of nerdiness. I mean, there are books, but these days the mere act of reading is considered nerdy. This one might possibly be the most important of them all, however, because cartoons are usually where ...

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