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REVIEW: ‘Cripple of Inishmaan’ plays with emotions, challenges expectations

This review contains spoilers for the plot of “The Cripple of Inishmaan.” There are plays where I can predict the general direction of the plot. When a play is listed as a romantic comedy, you can generally predict the kinds of antics that take place. Tragedies generally use plot twists ...

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APSU celebrates cultural diversity during International Night Thursday

Take a bite of foods from Taiwan to El Salvador and more, all in one room. APSU’s International Night hosted this opportunity and more. APSU hosted International Night at 6 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 14 in the Red Barn, gathering different cultural themed booths together to serve diverse foods and drinks. ...

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Govs gear up for laser battles of skill, friendship

Despite being in the ballroom of the Morgan University Center at APSU, the dark lights and emulated gun shots transported curious participants into a battlefield, where communication and teambuilding separates life from death, and sheer fun distracts students from their daily struggles. Marking a first for the Govs Programming Council, ...

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Physics student pursues research at Princeton program

There is a stigma around trying new things. Leaving one’s comfort zone and venturing out into an environment or situation that may or may not end positively can be difficult. What dictates one’s satisfaction towards these new things are one’s outlooks on short and long-term goals. Senior physics major Joshua ...

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VETsuccess puts on art exhibit to honor veterans

On November 9th, as a way of commemorating Veterans Day, an art exhibit took place in the MUC Lobby from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. The exhibit was titled “Showcasing Our Veterans.” “This is our fourth year hosting this,” Christina Hicks said. “I do not see it going away anytime ...

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Hate Crime at the University of Hartford: Wake Up Call?

Kamea's Corner

Having a roommate is, in a word, stressful. Having a roommate means having to adjust to things that you aren’t used to such as lights turned on in rooms that no one is in, dirty dishes sitting in the sink, those last stragglers of toilet paper sitting on the roll, ...

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