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Not all ‘violent’ tornadoes are monsters

One of the curious things I have encountered is Americans’ fascination into tornadoes is that tornadoes are virtually present in so many works of American literature, films, art and history. It makes sense in a way since an average of roughly 1,000 tornadoes occurred yearly in the United States while ...

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Creative underdogs of Black History Month

When it comes to the black community, people tend to focus on the trendsetters; fashion icons, such as Beyonce or Rihanna, basketball players from Stephen Curry to Lebron James. No one ever seems to put focus on the real underdogs: black creators. They are the underdogs because they are known ...

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Black History Month 2019: Hidden figures of literature

Black History Month is 28 days long. In those 28 days, it is the chance to celebrate the achievements that African-Americans have accomplished and are continuing to accomplish each day. African-American literature is not taught in schools. Why is that? It takes stepping foot on a college campus for an ...

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Governor Bill Lee’s key to life success

Many Govs got the chance to meet Tennessee’s newly sworn-in Governor, Bill Lee, at the Governor’s Luncheon.  President White was invited to attend the Governor’s Luncheon during the Tennessee Press Association Conference. President White also invited members of The All State to attend as well and represent APSU.   The luncheon ...

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The Truths of Transferring

Transferring to a new university can be a blind leap of faith for students of any status. Julianna Hensley, a freshman majoring in Health and Human Performances, took this leap of faith entering the 2019 spring semester, transferring from the University of Tennessee at Martin to APSU. Hensley graduated from ...

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