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The National Rifle Association and students who favor carrying guns on campus for protection will hold an event at the University Center on Wednesday at 4 p.m.

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On Saturday, the Memphis Tigers men’s basketball team bounced back from its blowout loss against UConn. Stephen Curry and his Golden State Warriors’ continued to show why they’re the NBA’s best. Here are my five takeaways from the weekend in sports, including one of the biggest upsets in rec…

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Avery Woodson was looking for a screen from one of his big men. He couldn’t get the help he wanted. After hesitating for a few seconds he drove to his right, took a step back and launched a three-pointer with a man in his face. The ball fell through the net pushing Memphis’ lead to four with…

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The University of Memphis men’s basketball team suffered its fourth loss in five games Thursday night at FedExForum to the UConn Huskies, 77-57. Here are three quick takeaways from the game.

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The Memphis Tigers women’s basketball is heading into their final seven conference games before the American Athletic Conference Tournament in March. Ahead of its home game against Cincinnati 2 p.m. Saturday, Memphis coach Melissa McFerrin sat down with The Daily Helmsman to discuss the seas…

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NEW ONLINE POLL: Do you favor raising student fees to build a garage or would you rather park at the Park Avenue campus and be shuttled into the main campus?

The new recreation center will likely eliminate 700 parking spaces. The University of Memphis proposed building new parking garage to replace those spaces, but it will cost $18.6 million and students will pay the majority of the cost. Parking fees for most students would increase by $27. If the garage is not built, students will likely be forced to park on Park Avenue and take the shuttle to the main campus.

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I'm still processing it.  At 6 p.m. I'm standing in an off-white hallway. It's silent and cold. People are scurrying like mice through doors, in and out of dressing rooms. There's shouting in every direction. And then he turns the corner, two suited-men, worn-in grimace, by his side. Keith Richards.

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Synthy club sounds surround the usual lyrics of The Passport’s “Trigger,” on their new EP re-release, and build to a tasteful electronic rendition of the Memphis band’s first single.

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