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APSU community remembers Boston

» By Danielle Hunter Staff Writer Despite being miles away, APSU paid its respects to the Boston Marathon bombing victims on Wednesday, April 24, with a “Peace Walk” and vigil. The Peace Walk followed the one-mile route on the campus’s new GovsTrails, and the candlelight vigil was held afterwards in ...

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Clothesline Project catches APSU community’s attention

»By Brittany Hickey Staff Writer Over 500 T-shirts hung on a clothesline stretched across the UC plaza Wednesday, April 10. Students’ stories of sexual abuse, proclamations of hope and confessions were spelled out in fabric paint on color-coded T-shirts for members of the APSU community to read. Purple and lavender ...

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Violent games make violence a game

»Phillip Swanson –pswanson@my.apsu.edu More and more, every day, we hear of violent tragedies that have taken place across the U.S. Unfortunately most, if not all of them, involve guns. At this stage in human existence, gun violence is almost inescapable. No matter how many precautions we take, no matter how ...

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Action needed to curb gun violence

Jan. 21, 2013

»Ronniesia Reed –rreed24@my.apsu.edu More and more tragedies due to gun violence are happening each day. Whether people are being killed or injured, innocent people all around the nation are being affected by the bad decisions of gunmen. It is now our responsibility as citizens to stop this from continuing to ...

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