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Looking back on 2018-19 academic year

Since it’s April crunch right now as finals approach, I felt that this would be my last article for 2018-19 academic year since I have so much going on this month. Also, I am sure that a lot of you have so much happening this month, especially with the final ...

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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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Storms in the South

ATLANTA (AP) — Forecasters warned of a “particularly dangerous situation” as a storm system packing strong winds and heavy rain slammed the nation’s mid-section Wednesday, and officials said they feared Christmas yard decorations would become projectiles. A tree blew over onto a house in Arkansas, killing an 18-year-old woman and ...

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Severe weather expected Thursday

APSU Campus Police have been notified by the Montgomery County Emergency Management Agency that severe weather may affect the Clarksville/Montgomery County area Thursday, April 11, according to an APSU campus safety bulletin. The bulletin urges students to be aware that strong thunderstorms, heavy rains, straight-line winds, large hail and tornadoes ...

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