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The University of Memphis pedestrian bridge and parking garage on Southern Avenue is getting close to the end of the construction, with just a few more months left until the garage will officially be open for use and the bridge to be ready shortly after.

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“Empire” star Jussie Smollett claims he was assaulted by two people early Jan. 29 in Chicago. Smollett told police the two men called him homophobic and racist slurs, poured bleach on him and tied a rope around his neck. Smollett escaped and returned to his apartment building, where he calle…

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The Tennessee General Assembly has filed House Bill 1 and Senate Bill 16 in the respective state houses which, if passed, will legalize sports betting, meaning wagers may be placed on the outcomes of sporting events.

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The University of Memphis is undergoing development for a new website that will be easier to navigate in the hopes of creating as stress-free of an experience for students as possible. 

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On Jan. 18, Covington Catholic High School students sent social media into a frenzy as some of them were filmed confronting Nathan Phillips, an indigenous people’s rights activist and Omaha tribe elder. The incident was covered extensively, not only by news cameras but also with smartphones.

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The 2020 election is already heating up for the Democrats, as there are already eight candidates already announcing a presidential, with the potential of more following suit.

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Despite being placed in the middle of Memphis, the University of Memphis managed to stay connected to nature by becoming a natural arboretum for trees. Arthur Johnson, the coordinator of the TIGUrS garden, said it is a gift to the students, faculty and community, from the UofM. “The TIGUrS G…

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“Once More at the River: From MLK to BLM” created by faculty and students in the University of Memphis' Department of Journalism and Strategic Media is a documentary about activism in Memphis. The documentary premiered Wednesday, attracting a mixed crowd of eager individuals.