WNDAACC hosted an art exhibit titled “Fail Forward” during the month of February for Black History Month. APSU alumna and featured artist, Miesha Arnold donated her watercolor pieces for this gallery.
Guitarfest is back. Are you ready? APSU and the Center of Excellence for the Creative Arts will host the annual Guitarfest on Monday through Wednesday, Feb. 17 through 19. Free and open to the public, each concert will take place at 7:30 p.m. in the Mabry Concert Hall in the Music/ Mass Communication Building. Featured […]
» By Julie Cole Hulsey Staff Writer A recent field trip led by Donald Sudbrink, APSU agriculture department head, brought students with the department-loaned insect nets collecting insects after dark at the APSU Farm and Environmental Education Center three miles north of main campus. In the fields near the West Fork of the Red River, […]
» By Julie Cole hulsey Staff Writer Honeybees are tucked-in for Winter at APSU’s AgFarm The APSU Agriculture Department operates an extensive APSU Farm and Environmental Education Center located Dunbar Cave Road. The farm boasts solar panels, a wind-turbine and an astronomic observatory, as well as crops, livestock and agricultural equipment. This is also where […]
>>Julia Cole Hulsey, Staff Writer Between the economy’s delayed pick up and the number of competitors, many graduates are buried in debt with precious few job prospects. A former Reagan administration official recently spoke with U.S. News about what prospective students should be thinking about, what they get for their dollars and why a bachelor’s […]
The new year brought along changes to the nation. On Wednesday, Jan. 1, 2014, Colorado legalized the recreational use of marijuana, sending their economy skyrocketing. According to The Colorado Center on Law and Policy, there is an estimation that “the law could bring in about $60 million each year in combined tax revenues — over […]