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Social Work Club ‘lights up the night’

» By Tiffany Comer –tcomer@my.apsu.edu Over the summer, the Social Work Club decided to collaborate with Leukemia and Lymphoma Society’s “Light the Night” walk. Each year the Social Work Club chooses a special project. The “Light the Night” walk will take place at Nashville’s LP Field Friday, Oct. 12, at ...

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Latino stereotypes attacked in ‘Yo Soy Latina’ production

» By Linda Sapp –lsapp@my.apsu.edu According to Daisy Torres, Coordinator of the Hispanic Cultural Center, the play “Yo Soy Latina,” was only one part of this month’s diversity series. Both Cultural Heritage month and “Yo Soy Latina” strive to offer different perspectives of what it means to be Latino. Torres ...

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Former students ‘get hands dirty’

» Staff Report “I love nothing more than getting my hands in some clay and teaching others how to make things out of mud,” said former student Ashley Scriven. In December 2011, Scriven and fellow former art student Monica Bernette bought the pottery studio Trenton Clayworks from Ken Shipley. Shipley ...

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Let’s talk about sex (contains some explicit images)

» By Tiffany Comer –tcomer@my.apsu.edu “Stop having sex in the dark.” Sex in the dark can be dangerous, because you cannot see if there are rips in your condom, you cannot see if you put your condom on right and you cannot easily see the expiration date on the condom. ...

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Art, science of the mind: Charles Grah shares 35 years of passion for psychology

» Staff Report Professor Charles R. Grah has been a staple of the APSU psychology department since he joined the university in 1977. When asked about his teaching experience here, Grah described his time at the university as “delightful,” going on to say he recognizes the students’ dedication and enthusiasm. ...

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Art vs. Theatre balloon toss

» By Linda Sapp –-lsapp@my.apsu.edu The Art and Theatre/Dance Department faculty coordinated a welcome-back event for freshmen and all returning students. They usually have exhibit blocks and volleyball, but this year was different. From 4:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 13, students gathered to compete, art department against ...

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