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Hate speech is not free speech

Hate speech is not free speech, and students should not be forced to tolerate it in an educational environment. College encourages students to express themselves and to step out of their comfort zones. However, college is also meant to be a safe space, not a place for students to spew ...

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Pharos limits paper, conserves resources

By limiting our paper, the Pharos printing system seems like it is putting a dent in our study habits, but students should know they are actively conserving resources and helping preserve their environment. Pharos is a print management system that was fully activated in computer labs on May 31. A ...

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Greek life: More than popularity contest

Despite negative misconceptions of Greek life being one big popularity contest and completely superficial, sororities and fraternities are some of the most rewarding organizations students can join, especially at a small institution like APSU. Social media often exemplifies the notion that Greek organizations promote a “you can’t sit with us” ...

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Millennials are obsessed with old TV shows and movies

Millennials are desperately trying to escape the atrocities of adulthood through old TV programs and childhood movies. Young adults are obsessed with feeling nostalgia. These young adults have discovered a way to unwind without completely dissociating from the world, watching old television shows and     movies. Millennials are repeatedly ...

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Changing majors, transferring schools common among APSU students

Students are encouraged to get involved on campus as soon as they arrive, whether by joining student organizations, seeking a new family through Greek life or joining an intramural sports team. Even more critical aspects college students explore are attending the right school and choosing the right career paths. Choosing a ...

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