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Logan Peterson

The Setonian

Memphis residents will gather on World AIDS Day

Events and organizations around the city of Memphis will be promoting HIV and AIDS awareness during World AIDS Day on Dec. 1, an international health day for people and organizations to raise awareness, educate people about AIDS prevention and control and remember people who have been affected or who ...

The Setonian

Tainted turkey could spoil Thanksgiving main course

Thanksgiving is a time for family, fun and turkey, but this year the main course could be ruined. Turkey, a Thanksgiving staple, has been linked with a salmonella outbreak that has infected people across the United States. “The outbreak strain of salmonella is present in live turkeys and in many types ...

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Take Back the Night: Students share sexual assault stories

Students and survivors of sexual violence had an opportunity to talk about their experiences and show support for survivors at the Sexual Assault Prevention and Awareness Coalition’s second annual “Take Back the Night” (TBTN) event at the University of Memphis University Center Lawn Thursday night.  ...

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SGA passes new paper towel dispenser bill

A bill to replace current paper towel and toilet paper dispensers in the University Center with new, more sustainable ones was introduced and passed during the Student Government Association meeting Thursday. The amount of waste created by the current dispensers would be curtailed by installing new ...

Epiphany Turner
Online Features

Alumna battles lupus and becomes pro tennis player

University of Memphis alumna and tennis player Epiphany Turner was diagnosed with lupus when she was 23 years old, yet she continued to play tennis and attend classes despite struggling with the immune system disease that attacks the body.  “I was 2 years old when I first picked up a racquet,” ...

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