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Clarksville pumpkin patch brings city together as Halloween approaches

On Sept. 30, Clarksville’s very own pumpkin patch opened for business for the 33rd consecutive year. The patch started in 1984 with Keith and Julia Boyd, who would grow the pumpkins on their land and bring it out to Keith Boyd’s parents’ large farm to sell. The pumpkin patch prides ...

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Puerto Rico: My Heart’s Devotion

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Imagine being in the dark; and, friends, I’m talking pitch black dark. Can’t see one thing in front of you even once your eyes have adjusted to the dark. The image that just popped into your head is exactly what the people of Puerto Rico experienced up until this past ...

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Study Abroad program offers insight into different cultures, perspectives

Study abroad programs allow students to pay tuition at their primary university and travel across the world for weeks or months at a time to a foreign university to further their education, with a selection of locations ranging across several continents. APSU provides four different kinds of the study-abroad programs. ...

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Review: ‘Perfect Blue’ brings intricate characters, setting to genre full of stereotypes

A testament to a director’s work is their ability to not only capture your attention as the story begins but leave you transfixed long after it has finished. Any movie can shock you while you are watching it, but it is the lasting effects it leaves on its viewers that ...

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Sigma Phi Epsilon students take out goal posts in honor of football win against Morehead State

As students watched APSU’s football game on Sept. 16, 2017, they witnessed the first football win since 2014. For senior marketing major Zakk Schaf and junior public relations major Jax Keith, such a momentous event deserved special celebration, and after hours of manual labor and last-minute planning, they and the ...

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