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Students play in alternative rock band

» By SHAY GORDON – cgordon@my.apsu.edu When most college students have a goal of gaining a degree, Joshua Porche and his band mates hope to gain stardom. Porche, Alex Brunt and Joseph Witmer comprise Fight or Flight, a local alternative rock band. Porche, a computer science major, and Brunt, a ...

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APSU travels to New York

» By LORI PERKINS – lperkins@my.apsu.edu APSU has parterned with Texas-based travel company Beyond Group Travel Inc., known for “specializing in custom groups and events.” Together, they are offering alumni, faculty, students, friends and family a trip to New York, our nation’s largest city, along with President Tim Hall and ...

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Author of ‘The Soloist’ speaks at Peay Read event

» By CONOR SCRUTON – cscruton@my.apsu.edu Author and L.A. Times columnist Steve Lopez spoke to the APSU student body, on Thursday, Sept. 29, in what was the culmination of over a week of Peay Read events. Lopez’s book “The Soloist” — about a schizophrenic musician, Nathaniel Ayers, who becomes homeless ...

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‘The Lost Boys of Sudan’ artwork on display in the WNDAACC

By SHAY GORDON – cgordon@my.apsu.edu In 1983, a Civil War began in Sudan which dismantled the country and left the citizens of the nation in shambles. As the war progressed, it transformed into a full-scale genocide as soldiers raided villages and slaughtered men, raped and sold women into the sex ...

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DANCE MARATHON 2011: Student Life and Leadership holds rave for Children’s Hospital

» By KIMBERLY WALLAC – kwallace17@my.apsu.edu APSU students danced the night away while helping raise money for the Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt in Nashville. A student-led committee hosted the Dance Marathon 2011: Rave for the Kids in the Red Barn on Friday, Sept. 23. The Red Barn ...

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