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Thanksgiving comes a little early

Last week, the Wilbur N. Daniel African American Cultural Center made the effort to bring some holiday-themed thankfulness to campus. On Tuesday Nov. 20, the center hosted a Thanksgiving feast with a powerful message. The event was called WNDAACC Giving. From noon until 2 p.m., students were invited to share ...

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GPC Hosts Week-long Festivities

Starting Nov. 12, the Govs Programming Council held a first-time event called “GPC Week.” The entire week, with the exception of Veterans’ Day, there was at least one activity for each day. This is the first time there has been a full week of GPC events. They built quite a ...

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Party to the Polls

Last Tuesday, which was Election Day, APSU’s chapter of the NAACP (National Association for the Advancement of Colored People) sponsored a campus event to encourage voting among young people. The student-run organization took the initiative to change the way students perceive the voting process by turning voter recruitment into a ...

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PeayRead Partners with WNDAAC

On Monday, Nov. 5, the Wilbur N. Daniel African American Cultural Center in partnership with the Peay Read committee sponsored the showing of the movie, “My Cousin Vinny” in Clement Auditiorium. The event brought out several freshmen seeking class credit and even a few peer leaders. The 1992 film went ...

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Bonfire Sparks Pep on Campus

To kick off the annual homecoming of APSU, the Dunn Bowl held the Bonfire Yell and pep rally last Monday.   The excitement happening at the Dunn Bowl could be heard from the residence halls. Students cheered for the school and their friends on the homecoming court. Overall Peay pride filled the Dunn Bowl and ...

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Clothesline Project

The Women’s and Gender Studies department along with the APSU Feminist Majority Leadership Alliance held its international Clothesline Project on Oct. 10, to commemorate the lives of women impacted by abuse and violence. Outside the university center, several students took part in making T-shirts with powerful messages. This project first ...

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