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PELP, CSLCE students share study abroad experiences

MAHALIA SMITH | CONTRIBUTING WRITER While many students lounged at home binging on Netflix over the winter break, a few APSU students were completing service projects. A group of students in the President’s Emerging Leaders Program (PELP) went to Trinidad and Tobago as part of a winter leadership course taught ...

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Shattering glass, social norms in America

The APSU Women’s Club hosted a seminar where they invited President Alisa White to speak on how female professionals can break through the glass ceiling. The meeting took place Thursday at noon in the Morgan University Center. The Merriam-Webster dictionary defines a “glass ceiling” as an intangible barrier within a ...

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Making icy waves

The air was 37 degrees, the slight breeze cutting through their coats as they stood outside the Foy. With the clouds rolling in, the various photographers huddling underneath a tent blasting heat from external heaters and the air this cold, it was the perfect opportunity to jump in the pool. ...

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‘Disciples’ who play together, stay together

APSU extra-curricular activities offer an opportunity for students to express their interests and share their lifestyles with other students, they also provide students with a community. On Tuesday, January 24, APSU’s Generation of Disciples hosted a game night to kick off their first meeting of the semester and get to ...

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‘Oh, Kevin G!’

Ashley Thompson | Features Writer Most fans will know him as Kevin G, notorious math geek and rapper in the film “Mean Girls,” but his real name is Rajiv Surendra, and he came to speak at the UC Ballroom on Wednesday, Jan. 26. Surendra came to speak at APSU and ...

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Presidential election affects diverse groups

Americans and people all over the world have watched the events of the 2016 presidential election unfold and the effect it has had on the nation, its citizens, its allies and its enemies. Citizens of Clarksville and students at APSU have stood up for what they believe in and debated ...

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