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AACC celebrates 20 years of excellence

By ALEX WHITE | Staff Writer On Thursday, Jan. 27, people of all different ethnicities and from all walks of life gathered in Clement Auditorium to celebrate a historic event on APSU’s campus where the African American Cultural Center’s 20th anniversary celebration would be held. As people began to take ...

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Black History Month kicks off with 2nd annual ‘Gospel Explosion’

By ALEXANDRA WHITE | Staff Writer In collaboration with Housing/Residence Life and Dining Services, the Wilbur N. Daniel African American Cultural Center will be hosting the second annual Gospel Explosion kick off to Black History Month. The event will be held from 4-6 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 30, in Clement Auditorium. ...

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CSA offers new adult dance classes

By RAVEN JACKSON | Staff Writer The Community School of the Arts, or CSA, is ready to begin a new semester of dance, music and visual arts. The dynamic classes offered by the school strive to make the classes interesting and provide low cost opportunities for knowledge growth in a ...

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Harvill named ‘All State’ in 1930

By MARLON SCOTT | Senior Staff Writer From the time it opened its doors as Austin Peay Normal School in September, 1929, until it evolved into Austin Peay State College and now features President Tim Hall, often spotted walking across campus graciously waving to newcomers, APSU has a long, storied ...

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Foy introduces 20-20-20 fitness program

By ANTHONY IRIZARRY | Assistant Features Editor On the second floor of the Foy Fitness and Recreation Center, the walls echoed with the resounding cacophony of contemporary music and the laborious steps of the exercising crowd. The room was packed with the spandex-clad campus legions of the fitness determined, each ...

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Student organization teaches ‘way of the sword’

By ANTHONY IRIZARRY | Assistant Features Editor I awoke early in the morning at a sluggish pace, my feet dragging as I moved about my room fetching my clothes and getting prepared for what would be an interesting day. My pace hastened as I walked out the door and toward ...

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