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Student studies in Ecuador after winning scholarship

By SHAY GORDON | Staff Writer Senior Spanish major Nykkiesha Starr is one of three students in the history of APSU to be awarded the Sigma Delta Pi scholarship. Sigma Delta Pi is the National Collegiate Hispanic Honor Society, an organization for Spanish majors and minors, devoted to promoting Hispanic ...

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‘Silent Night’ is not so silent; APSU presents concert for a good cause

By REBECCA NANNEY | Staff Writer APSU presents “Silent Night — an Evening of Holiday Music” at 7:30 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 3, in the concert hall of the Music/Mass Communications building. Tickets for this event will cost $3 or two canned good items to be donated to Loaves and ...

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Veterans save Christmas

By ALEXANDRA WHITE | Staff Writer With the holidays upon us, many do not consider the holiday season complete without gifts. However, not everyone is able to provide gifts to their families and loved ones, which is why Santa may look a little bit different to New Providence Middle School ...

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New art exhibit brings sculptures to APSU campus

By ALEXANDRA WHITE | Staff Writer Within the past couple of weeks, giant sculptures have been placed around campus and are visible to all who walk around. Many students have welcomed the change, believing it helps make APSU more modern, while some students are upset, claiming it takes away from ...

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Hunger Banquet makes homelessness real

By ANTHONY IRIZARRY | Staff Wrter A man awoke on a bitter cold morning, his bone-thin body aching as it lay against the hard, surface of the filthy pavement. His cement bed served as a cruel reminder that another day of unyielding tribulation awaited him. He pried himself from the ...

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‘King Lear’ makes a bang at APSU

By RAVEN JACKSON | Staff Writer The program for “King Lear” told of the director’s hope to break down the fourth wall that usually exists between actors and audience members. But the cast and crew didn’t just break down the fourth wall, they destroyed it. Actors walked among the crowd ...

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