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APSU celebrates cultural diversity during International Night Thursday

Take a bite of foods from Taiwan to El Salvador and more, all in one room. APSU’s International Night hosted this opportunity and more. APSU hosted International Night at 6 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 14 in the Red Barn, gathering different cultural themed booths together to serve diverse foods and drinks. ...

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Community responds to political environment a year after election

The controversial election of 2016 ended in Donald Trump’s election as president. Now a year has almost passed since that day. There are still many political decisions and social aspects to discuss in political science classes and among students. “Over time, political norms develop and are generally accepted or entrenched,” ...

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Fate of philosophy program in question after recent teaching cuts

There is a battle being fought for Philosophy here at APSU. The major could be staying or going. “People need to understand that we are not crying wolf or engaging in hyperbole. Philosophy and Religion will very likely not exist as a major at APSU within four years, five years ...

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Caffeination fascination plays role in college life, giving students energy during academic stress

Getting through the day can be tough without something kicking a body into overdrive. On campus, this can be summed up in one word: coffee. Coffee is a common drink consumed throughout America. It is a part of culture to drink caffeine to get a day going. According to statisticbrain.com, ...

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From ‘Charlie Brown,’ to ‘Hocus Pocus,’ TV embraces new seasonal classics as fall arrives

As leaves are falling off trees, a pumpkin spice aroma fills the air and the sweater trends return, students turn to TV and film to relive their nostalgia, but the films and shows they watched have changed over the years. There are many traditions and trends that appear only in ...

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‘Hot Topic’ teaches legal safety during police stops

Ever been pulled over and questioned on what rights you have when pulled over? The African American Cultural Center held an event called “Hot Topic” on Thursday from 6 to 8 p.m. Representatives from the Nontraditional Student Center, Military Student Center, Fraternity and Sorority Affairs and the Hispanic Cultural Center ...

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