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Clothesline Project

The Women’s and Gender Studies department along with the APSU Feminist Majority Leadership Alliance held its international Clothesline Project on Oct. 10, to commemorate the lives of women impacted by abuse and violence. Outside the university center, several students took part in making T-shirts with powerful messages. This project first ...

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MudBowl 2018 Makes a Splash

The Dunn Center has held the MudBowl on its front lawn for 17 years. This past Sunday, Oct. 7, hundreds of people gathered on university grounds to play rounds of volleyball in the mud until a winner was chosen. The event was tournament style including a winners’ bracket, losers’ bracket ...

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Glam Rock Band ‘The Blam Blams’ Shines in Nashville

Four men from different backgrounds all happened to venture out to Nashville and they came together as a glam rock band known as The Blam Blams. Christian Northover and David Estes grew up together in Massachusetts. Rob Stewart is from New Jersey, and Brad Owens is from North Carolina. They ...

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‘BoJack Horseman’ Season 5: Netflix Series Review

     You know a show impacts people when the general response to a new season about the depressing life of a toxic, self-destructive horse is, “I’m hyped!”      “BoJack Horseman” is an animated adult comedy-drama, starring Will Arnett as the title character.      In an alternate interpretation ...

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APSU’s Asian Studies Club

The Asian Studies Club was established roughly three years ago. “We have a promising amount of students within our club!  We have members old and new which have added up to approximately more than 25 students,” ASC president Paris Terrell said. The ASC aims to share a common interest in Asian culture ...

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Military Student Center Celebrates 8th Anniversary

By Jeralyn T. Johnson APSU’s Military Student Center celebrates eight years of being a successful organization on Sept. 26. Jasmin Linares, MSC Coordinator, has been there for nearly five years and has seen the MSC flourish from a cultural center to a resource center. “[The MSC] is a military-connected space, ...

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