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REVIEW: ‘Cripple of Inishmaan’ plays with emotions, challenges expectations

This review contains spoilers for the plot of “The Cripple of Inishmaan.” There are plays where I can predict the general direction of the plot. When a play is listed as a romantic comedy, you can generally predict the kinds of antics that take place. Tragedies generally use plot twists ...

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Physics student pursues research at Princeton program

There is a stigma around trying new things. Leaving one’s comfort zone and venturing out into an environment or situation that may or may not end positively can be difficult. What dictates one’s satisfaction towards these new things are one’s outlooks on short and long-term goals. Senior physics major Joshua ...

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Trump reveals hatred coming from all

Last year, if I asked anyone who they thought would win the election, hardly anyone would have said Trump. Even after the events of the week before the actual election, it simply was not on many people’s minds. Honestly, a year after 2016’s election, I still cannot bring myself to ...

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APSU senior Briana Finley shares her story, speaks out against sexual assault

On Oct. 20, 2017, senior theater performance major Briana Finley stood in the University Center Plaza as Homecoming festivities buzzed around her. With black duct tape on her mouth and a poster board beside her, she did not speak a single word to the students passing by her. In silence, ...

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Equality Clarksville hosts ‘Coming Out Picnic’ as place of safety for members

Photos adorn the inside wall of a wooden terrace, held up by pins and strings amid the inconsistent sprinkle of rain. Next to the occasional photo are stories. Some of the stories show hurt, others relief and still others show loss and fear. Among these stories is a common theme: ...

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Review: Despite technical difficulties, play lives up to APSU standards, superb acting

As the new theater season opened in the Trahern Theater this weekend, the Theater department elected to host this semester’s performance of ‘Company’ in a new location within the Trahern building. Was this a step in a different, possibly exciting direction for APSU’s productions? As a whole, I thought ‘Company’ ...

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