Home / Tag Archives: the All State (page 30)

Tag Archives: the All State

Shades of discrimination

Businesses should have a right to choose who they serve as long as they do not discriminate against a person’s race, gender or sexuality. The question of whether the government should allow  businesses to pick whom they provide service to has been highly debated recently. Indiana’s governor signing Senate Bill ...

Read More »

Professors deserve a higher salary than celebrities

Professors should be paid more than celebrities, because they express passionate dedication to further their students’ educations, unlike celebrities who selfishly live through the entertainment industry. Society elevates famous stars through their obsessions with the media, but society puts more value on celebrities than they are worth. According to ABC ...

Read More »

Haslam to promote free-tuition plan for Tennessee adults

NASHVILLE — Gov. Bill Haslam will travel across the state this week to highlight an initiative for adults to attend a Tennessee college of applied technology free of tuition and fees. Tennessee Reconnect is a last-dollar scholarship program that was part of Haslam’s Tennessee Promise legislation passed last year. It ...

Read More »

Gloves coming off in fight over ‘Tennessee Whiskey’ law

NASHVILLE — The gloves are coming off in a legislative fight over efforts to repeal state guidelines about which spirits can be labeled as “Tennessee Whiskey.” Opponents of the 2013 law passed at the behest of Jack Daniel’s want key committees to vote Tuesday, April 7 to repeal the rules ...

Read More »

Students snooze school away

Some students have trouble staying awake during classes. This phenomenon may be caused by a variety of factors. Students may find more difficulties in large lecture-based classes. Sleeping in class may be caused by the student’s lack of restorative sleep the night before or the content of the lecture itself, ...

Read More »

Off-campus shooting victims transported from APSU intramural field; one dead

UPDATE: Five were injured in a drive-by shooting in the 900 block of Carpenter Street; one victim has died. One to two blocks from campus, a shooting occurred around 9 p.m. Monday, March 23. Two Life Flight helicopters landed on the intramural fields as critically-injured individuals were transported to Vanderbilt Medical ...

Read More »