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Military Student Center Celebrates 8th Anniversary

By Jeralyn T. Johnson APSU’s Military Student Center celebrates eight years of being a successful organization on Sept. 26. Jasmin Linares, MSC Coordinator, has been there for nearly five years and has seen the MSC flourish from a cultural center to a resource center. “[The MSC] is a military-connected space, ...

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Third Coast Improv Show

Last week was filled with Govs Programming Council events. If you were anywhere on campus it was pretty hard not to notice the fun activities going on in and around the Morgan University Center. The GPC promoted a comedy group native to Nashville, Tennessee by bringing them to campus for ...

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‘Fahrenheit 11/9’: A Film Review

One of the most controversial documentarians faces off against the Trump administration, but can he rise to the occasion? “Fahrenheit 11/9” is Michael Moore’s companion piece to his 2004 film, Fahrenheit 9/11. While “Fahrenheit 9/11” was a criticism of George W. Bush and the Iraq War, “Fahrenheit 11/9” presents itself ...

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TSPN and Speak Up Collaborate for Suicide Awareness

APSU is collaborating with the Tennessee Suicide Prevention Network to spread awareness of mental health resources on campus.  APSU is teaming up with the Speak Up organization to offer resources and discuss suicide prevention and mental health advocacy to college students. Several COMM classes are involved in TSPN’s semester plans, ...

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Behind the scenes of GOMB

Governor’s Own Marching Band is much more than just a marching band, GOMB is hard-work, 12-hour days, learning fundamentals of playing instruments while marching, but most importantly, GOMB is a strong family unit. “This year’s group is really special,” director of GOMB Professor John Schnettler said. “We have a lot ...

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HCC Hosts Ballet Folklorico Sol de Mexico

APSU’s Hispanic Heritage Month began with a performance from Ballet Folkloric Sol de Mexico on Sept. 18. The Hispanic Cultural Center hosted the Ballet Folkloric Sol de Mexico live dance from 4 to 5:30 P.M. in the MUC Plaza. Food and refreshments were offered to the audience throughout the event. ...

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