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The Imitation Game

“The Imitation Game” tells the real life story of mathematician Alan Turing and the work he did to break the Nazi enigma code.  The film stars Benedict Cumberbatch as Turing and it is an attempt at a tour de force style performance. It is honestly a very good film, but ...

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Zootopia

“Zootopia” is an important animated film for the modern age. The movie’s themes make it a surprisingly deep children’s movie. It truly is hard to talk about because of the number of things going on in the film. Zootopia is an interesting world; it establishes that both predator and prey have ...

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Timmerman engages his readers in discussion

Have you ever been able to ask an author a question? Well, the Peay Read program did just that when they brought author Kelsey Timmerman on campus. This gave students a chance to ask him questions in an intimate setting before the speaking engagement at the Foy Center. The Wilbur ...

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Volunteers discover where their food comes from

Do you know where your food is grown, or why we have strawberries available all year? This year’s Peay Read is trying to educate students on the ramifications on having exotic produce available virtually at all times. As part of the Peay Read program, students were tasked with coming to ...

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Galaxy Quest

You kids out there may not remember a little movie called Galaxy Quest, but in 1999 it was kind of a big deal. The movie stars Tim Allen, bear with me, and Sigourney Weaver. Essentially the movie is about the cast of a long-since-cancelled campy sci-fi show who get wrapped up ...

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Hispanic Cultural Center reflects on American society

In honor of National Hispanic Heritage Month, APSU’s Hispanic Cultural Center is hosting a series of events celebrating the various aspects of Hispanic culture. On Thursday, Sept. 21, one such event was a discussion panel called “Being Hispanic in America.” The panel consisted of three students involved with the cultural ...

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