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SEC Voters to Have Big Influence

COLUMBUS, Ga. – According to local political experts – last night’s results also show Chattahoochee Valley voters could have a huge influence on nominating the next presidential candidates. 209 more words

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CSU holds active shooter drill

COLUMBUS, Ga. – Columbus State University held an active shooter drill Thursday.  The drill took place at the Lumpkin Center on CSU’s main campus.

Sgt. Brett Stanelle with the CSU Police Department says the drill was a success partly due to the authenticity of the drill.  125 more words

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Program helps students with disabilities

COLUMBUS, Ga. – Students who normally would not have the chance to go to college now have the opportunity through a program at Columbus State University.  238 more words

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New app for better access to online classes

COLUMBUS, Ga. – Local college students can now access information about their classes on the go from their smart phone.  Columbus State University launched its new mobile app this week. 109 more words

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CSU named as Military Friendly School

COLUMBUS, Ga. – Columbus State University made the Military Friendly School list for the fourth year in a row.  Matthew Stehn served in the military for four years before he separated in 2014. 133 more words

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Doughboys take on CSU in annual game

COLUMBUS, Ga. – Columbus State University is looking for its second win in the Doughboy Classic kicking off at 7 on Thursday evening.  The Doughboy Classic is a football game between soldiers from Fort Benning, known as the Doughboys, and CSU’s club football team. 151 more words

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Columbus State hosts ISIS and global terrorism expert

COLUMBUS, Ga.- As part of the Colonel Richard Hallock Lecture Series, Columbus State welcomed ISIS and global terrorism expert, Daveed Gartenstein-Ross to the Cunningham Center. 142 more words

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