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GPC Hosts Week-long Festivities

Starting Nov. 12, the Govs Programming Council held a first-time event called “GPC Week.” The entire week, with the exception of Veterans’ Day, there was at least one activity for each day. This is the first time there has been a full week of GPC events. They built quite a ...

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‘The Genius of Mozart’: A Scenes Program

“The Genius of Mozart” was presented by the opera program and was directed by Virginia Lile Boaz. “We have a wonderful group this year, and there was no negativity, we all worked together,” graduate vocal performance major Andrea Jones said. All of the scenes and song intermissions were sung in foreign ...

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‘The Grinch’ (2018) Movie Review

If you are looking for an exciting new holiday movie to liven-up this Christmas season, the new “Grinch” movie is not to be placed at the top of the list, unless it is the only holiday-themed movie to come out this year. “The Grinch” is a holiday story we all ...

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‘The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina’: Netflix Review

‘The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina” is a supernatural horror series developed by Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa. Based on the 2014 comic series of the same name, “The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina” follows Sabrina Spellman, a half-human, half-witch teenage girl. She struggles to find duality within herself as she is torn between her personal life ...

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Party to the Polls

Last Tuesday, which was Election Day, APSU’s chapter of the NAACP (National Association for the Advancement of Colored People) sponsored a campus event to encourage voting among young people. The student-run organization took the initiative to change the way students perceive the voting process by turning voter recruitment into a ...

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Homecoming 2018: LaQuandra McGhee & Jacob Bumpus 

On Oct. 27, APSU’s newest Homecoming King and Queen were crowned, and the two bestowed this highest honor were Jake Bumpus and Laquandra McGhee. Both candidates were shocked by the outcome they received. Bumpus and McGhee both expected someone else’s name to be called, but they both said they are ...

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