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Eleutheromania Day 2

After 6 states, 2 times zones and 1,500 miles in only 30 hours, we’ve arrived in Arizona. Currently, I’m eating a can of soup in a 24 hour truck stop parking lot, but hey, that’s part of the experience right? I spent the day traveling the old Route 66 and ...

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Eleutheromania: Desire for Freedom

Eleutheromania (n.) an intense and irresistible desire for freedom; Odds are, most people have never heard that word before, but can probably relate to it in some sort of way, I know I can. Let me introduce myself, my name is Lucas Ryan Chambers, and I’m a student here at ...

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Wale announced as “Moonlit!” Concert artist

It is being announced to incoming Freshmen and transfer students during Registration Orientation Welcome that Hip Hop Artist Wale will be performing on campus for APEX weekend, Aug. 24-27. The “Moonlit!” Concert is set for Saturday, Aug. 26 at 7 p.m. on the Intramural Field. Director of Student Life and ...

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A Glimpse Into Haiti

      When I was asked to accompany a group of aide workers to Haiti as their photojournalist, I jumped at the opportunity. I had never been outside of the United States, and as a student I knew it would be an invaluable learning experience. The trip, which was ...

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Children of the FED Orphanage, Port-au-Prince, Haiti

[huge_it_gallery id=”56″] There are almost 200 orphanages in Haiti. This particular orphanage in Port-au-Prince known as the “FED orphanage” is run by volunteers, half of which are adults who were raised in the orphanage themselves. Aid workers from the U.S. frequently visit to provide much needed medical care to the ...

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Pharos helps save trees, water, energy

Big Tree Contest

Since the Pharos Print management system was implemented on campus May 31, APSU’s contribution to sustainability has shown marked improvement. Outgoing SGA President Ryan Honea and Director of Academic Support Martin Golson calculated the effort’s impact on the environment based on the cases of paper the university has purchased compared ...

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