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Alumna presents memoir, life story

Ashley Thompson | Features Writer After graduating, a student pursues future careers and begins to think about what comes after walking off that platform at graduation. The APSU Center of Creative Arts welcomed alumna Laurie Cannady to read from her book in the MUC 303 on Thursday, Feb. 23. Cannady ...

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Culture shock: journey to Switzerland

The Institute of Education Sciences says studying internationally has a lifetime of benefits because students learn more by being exposed to a different culture. Senior English major Meagan Dagnan is currently in an international studies program in Fribourg, Switzerland. Dagnan said she grew up in the mountains around Chattanooga and  ...

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Poetry expresses love and its complexities

Love was in the air, and with strong emotion comes poetry. As part of the Valentine’s Day festivities on Feb. 14, the English Honors Society teamed up with Sigma Tau Delta Sorority Inc. to host a poetry reading in Einstein Bros at 2 p.m. The groups invited various participants to ...

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Film festival begins with ‘La Heine’

A man falls off a building, and every time he passes a floor he says “so far so good.” “So far so good” is the mantra of the French language film “La Haine,” which served as the opening showing of this year’s World Film Festival Wednesday night. APSU’s World Film ...

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Playing with heartstrings

During APSU’s Guitar Fest, students  showcased their talents and received advice from professionals, some of which have won multiple awards on how to keep improving. Grammy Award-winning guitarist Jason Vieaux taught master classes and gave a concert for APSU and the community on Tuesday, Feb. 14. Vieaux was a part ...

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