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Dangers faced on the day of love

As the weather begins to turn toward springtime, we celebrate Valentine’s Day, which, according to the Urban Dictionary, “is why so many people are born in November.” While our romantic rituals are veiled by sweets and flowers, for some people, Valentine’s Day can be about having sex with another person. ...

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Feeling the Love?

MAHALIA SMITH | SENIOR STAFF WRITER STD rates are rising among U.S. citizens, according to the latest CDC reports. Adolescents and young adults, those aged 15-24, account for half of all new STD cases. The latest data is from 2016, and includes all 50 U.S. states and territories including Puerto ...

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Celebrate love without Valentine’s

Valentine’s Day, a day of love and heart-shaped decorations, happens once a year, and if it catches you at a time where you are single you find yourself scrambling to find that perfect someone to share it with. Valentine’s Day originally started as a Roman festival that marked the beginning ...

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Poetry expresses love and its complexities

Love was in the air, and with strong emotion comes poetry. As part of the Valentine’s Day festivities on Feb. 14, the English Honors Society teamed up with Sigma Tau Delta Sorority Inc. to host a poetry reading in Einstein Bros at 2 p.m. The groups invited various participants to ...

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Playing with heartstrings

During APSU’s Guitar Fest, students  showcased their talents and received advice from professionals, some of which have won multiple awards on how to keep improving. Grammy Award-winning guitarist Jason Vieaux taught master classes and gave a concert for APSU and the community on Tuesday, Feb. 14. Vieaux was a part ...

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Students create cookies and cards at WNDAACC

Ashley Thompson | Features Writer On Valentine’s Day making treats and cards is a well-known piece of the celebration. The Wilbur N. Daniel African American Cultural Center held an all-day event with these kinds of activities on Feb. 14, making many students feel involved in the holiday festivities. The WNDAAC ...

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