APSU student writes book

» by Emily DeSpain Staff Writer What do you do after you win the title of Miss Tennessee? Write a book of course. Senior Jordan Davis one day and decided she wanted to become something bigger than herself. After four pageants, winning the crown and staying up night after night writing about what happens after love […]

Haunted in Trahern Building

By Elena Spradlin Staff Writer It might not be a murder house, asylum, coven, or freak show, but the Margaret Fort Trahern Art and Drama Complex is believed to host a supernatural resident frequently referred to as “Margaret.” By all accounts, her favorite areas of the building are the third floor, where the costume shop […]

‘Outcasts United’ Mufleh speaks to APSU

» By Marina Head Guest Writer As the culmination of the 2014 Peay Read, Luma Mufleh came to the Dunn Center on Thursday, Oct. 9, to deliver the keynote speech. Mufleh is the coach of several refugee soccer teams in Clarkston, Ga. They’re called the Fugees, and “Outcasts United,” the book focusing on their experiences […]

APSU dances for a cause

» By Emily Despain Staff Writer It’s a little too early for a Halloween party, right? Yes, but it’s never too early for a dance marathon. From 8 p.m. Friday, Oct. 17, until 2 a.m. the following morning, the Red Barn was full of sweaty, dancing students in costumes. Dance Marathon is an all-night fundraising […]

Medical pot dilemma: Where to get the first seeds?

CARLA K. JOHNSON, AP Medical Writer CHICAGO — As more states legalize medical marijuana, there’s one stage in the process nobody wants to talk about: the part where people still have to break the law. After growers obtain licenses, plan for security and build facilities, they then must obtain their first seeds or cuttings — […]