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Wale MoonLIT Concert – Saturday Aug. 26

Students attend the inaugural MoonLIT concert featuring rapper and songwriter Wale on Saturday, Aug. 26 on the intramural field. Jeffery Hooper and Taylor Harrell | The All State

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Congress passes extension for student loan program

WASHINGTON — Congress is extending a federal loan program that provides low-interest money to the neediest students for college. The Perkins Loan program will get a two-year extension, under compromise legislation approved Thursday in the House, a day after clearing the Senate. The program expired on September 30. The measure ...

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One giant leap for marijuana

Marijuana was legalized in Oregon, Alaska and the District of Columbia on Tuesday, Nov. 4, in the midterm elections. Florida, which also had pot on the ballot, did not get to the 60 percent needed for legalization. This event pretty much broke twitter for a hot minute. Weed-friendly tweeters were ...

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We Can Do It! Women’s and gender studies department celebrating diversity since 1970s

–lsapp@my.apsu.edu The APSU women’s and gender studies department helps prepare students for the negotiation of conflicts which may arise in either their personal lives or workplaces. According to Jill Eichhorn, associate professor of English and coordinator of women’s and gender studies, “The power dynamics between women and their role in ...

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‘Sequester’ impacts Fort Campbell

FORT CAMPBELL, Ky. (AP) — Fort Campbell’s garrison commander said on Thursday, Feb. 28 that the installation’s 8,000 civilian employees could face up to 22 unpaid days off this year. Col. David L. “Buck” Dellinger told reporters that the unpaid days are needed to offset at least $55 million in ...

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