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Big Sing event brings many cultures, ages together in annual performance

Ashley Thompson | Features Writer Music brings people of all ages and genders together; it gives them a chance to share in something everyone can understand, like in The Big Sing concert on Tuesday April 11, in the Mabry Concert Hall. Choirs from around the county and general area joined ...

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Survivors speak: 21st annual Clothesline Project

The Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network (RAINN) states one person experiences  sexual assault every 98 seconds. In addition, for 80 percent of juvenile victims, the perpetrator was a parent. According to RAINN, however, only about six of every 1,000 of these stories are brought to light. After rescheduling from ...

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Visiting artist discusses fear, motivation in creative arts

Ashley Thompson | Features Writer Taking risk can be a scary task and growing obsessions both good or bad play a big part of the creative arts field. A visiting artist, Bryony Gomez-Palacio, talked about Risk, Obsession, and Attachment in a lecture in the MUC room 307 on Thursday, April ...

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‘The World Goes Round’ enthusiastic, expressive, somewhat confusing

You turn on your smartphone and pull up your music, selecting your pre-saved playlist of classical theater numbers from your favorite playwright. Slipping the headphones in your ears, you tap your foot to the rhythm of the song, maybe even start humming in tune. Take that sensation, and inflate it, ...

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‘The Band Perry’s’ Jason Fitz visits APSU

In the music and communications industry there are so many routes a student could take to seek a career after college, yet many express uncertainty over which path to take. Jason Fitz, former fiddle player for The Band Perry and 102.5 “The Game” co-host, gave advice and answered questions on ...

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Duet performers showcase history of early labor movement, social change

Ashley Thompson | Features Writer History can be taught in a great many formats and one of those is a musical presentation, much like Nell Levin and Michael August’s performance on Joe Hill. Hill was an artist activist of the labor movement, and his involvement in the early labor movements ...

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