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“Clothesline Project” provides anonymous haven to shares hidden tales of abuse, assault

By Contributing Writer : D’Andre Anderson The month of April for some people just means we are one more step from summer break. For other people, it is so much more than a summer break. It is the month to help raise awareness for sexual, physical, verbal and domestic assault. ...

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Group practices Kendo, Lai martial arts passed down from ancient Japan

D’Andre Anderson | Contributing Writer Have you ever wanted to be calm and at ease with life by getting peace in your mind? A Kendo and Iai sparring club might be for you. Many students might be unaware about this club at APSU. “This is a Japanese art,” junior chemistry ...

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Problems evolved, not solved

One of the many benefits of modern social media is the sheer reach individuals can obtain to spread their message. A single post, if directed correctly, can spread across the entire globe in a matter of hours or days. As the globular community makes our world smaller and smaller, social ...

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REVIEW: Top-notch acting, confusing art style lead to unsatisfying performance

“The Taming of the Shrew” is perhaps one of my favorite Shakespeare plays I have ever experienced, right up there with “Titus Andronicus” and “Julius Caesar.” When I learned APSU’s Theater Department planned a comic book style telling, however, I was curious. How would you turn a live-action play into ...

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Valentine’s Day demonstration shows effects of violence against women

Feb. 14 is a day that connects to a theme on love and coming together, but it is also a powerful day of people all around the world, coming together to dance for ending violence against women. One Billion Rising is an around the world campaign that started in 2012 ...

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