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On campus for break, here are some food options on Thanksgiving

When Thanksgiving rolls around, many students head home to celebrate the holiday with family and friends. However, for various reasons, many students stay behind. APSU closes on the holiday, leaving students who stay on campus for the holiday without a Thanksgiving meal. Many restaurants and stores will be closed on ...

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GHOST

By: William Hayes Greater Halloween Options for Safe Trick-or-Treating, or GHOST, has been on the APSU campus since 2003. At GHOST, children can get candy and participate in a variety of games that APSU students set up for them. Two days before Halloween, the APSU football field is surrounded in ...

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Clothesline Project comes to campus

By: Steven Prescott Students and staff walking past the Morgan University Center on Oct. 25 were introduced to stories as a part of The Clothesline Project, a clothesline of t-shirts designed to bring awareness to dating violence and other types of violence. The project is run by the Women and ...

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SGA passes Act. 2, creating committees for big events

By Steven Prescott SGA passed Act No. 2, calling for the creation of committees to handle SGA events. Act No. 2, presented by Sen. Gabriel Spring, calls for Mudbowl, G.H.O.S.T. and the Big Event to have individual commits to “improve the efficiency and quality of SGA events.” “Initially all of ...

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