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C-SPAN bus drives American history to campus

A visit from the C-SPAN bus begs the question, “What does it mean to be American?” On Monday, Jan. 14, C-SPAN began “Southern Swing,” a tour throughout the South to promote their available resources. After visiting Kenwood High School from 9 to 11 a.m., the C-SPAN Bus attended APSU from ...

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Theft persists at APSU

  Early November, four vehicles were broken into and one vehicle was even reported stolen. Is there a criminal mastermind preying on the Austin Peay campus? Hardly, the reported vehicles had one thing in common: they were left unlocked. The suspect is a black male, whom at the time of ...

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SLE spreads knowledge by showing a TED talk

On Nov. 26, Student Life and Engagement showed AJ Jacobs’ TED talk, his mission was to thank everyone who has ever made his morning cup of coffee. Jacobs is a writer specializing in philosophy and performance art. His TED Talk bio describes his experimentation with alternate lifestyles as a way ...

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Thanksgiving comes a little early

Last week, the Wilbur N. Daniel African American Cultural Center made the effort to bring some holiday-themed thankfulness to campus. On Tuesday Nov. 20, the center hosted a Thanksgiving feast with a powerful message. The event was called WNDAACC Giving. From noon until 2 p.m., students were invited to share ...

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Students describe holiday traditions

The holidays are ten times more exciting as a college student because there is no school and you get to make the decision of staying in your dorm or travelling back home with family. One exciting thing is learning about what other students do with their families and how they ...

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