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‘The Haunting of Hill House’ Review

“The Haunting of Hill House” is a re-imagining of Shirley Jackson’s 1959 novel of the same name. The series focuses on a family of seven’s summer that ends in the mother’s death. The events of this summer haunt the rest of the family into their adult years. The story begins ...

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One step back

Earlier this year, a transgender teen committed suicide. She wrote about losing hope and seeing no way out of her wrong body. This teenager had a fully supportive mother who helped her with starting hormone treatments and incorporating more feminine elements into her life. Despite the support and proactive steps ...

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APSU’s Asian Studies Club

The Asian Studies Club was established roughly three years ago. “We have a promising amount of students within our club!  We have members old and new which have added up to approximately more than 25 students,” ASC president Paris Terrell said. The ASC aims to share a common interest in Asian culture ...

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Military Student Center Celebrates 8th Anniversary

By Jeralyn T. Johnson APSU’s Military Student Center celebrates eight years of being a successful organization on Sept. 26. Jasmin Linares, MSC Coordinator, has been there for nearly five years and has seen the MSC flourish from a cultural center to a resource center. “[The MSC] is a military-connected space, ...

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APSU’s Drone Club causes a buzz on campus

One of APSU’s newest clubs is turning heads toward the sky. The Drone Club was established this month and has about ten members. “Typical meetings currently involve networking and promoting the club, track of the month, training, and fun events,” Michael Hunter, the Drone Club’s president, said. The club has two ...

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Campus Gets a Dose of Hairspray

by Jeralyn Johnson Treston Javon Henderson, age 20, is a junior Musical Theatre major at APSU, and he has had the incredible opportunity to internship at The Roxy Regional Theatre with their production of Hairspray. “The director [at the Roxy], Ryan Bowie, came to our performance for A Grand Night ...

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