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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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From ‘Charlie Brown,’ to ‘Hocus Pocus,’ TV embraces new seasonal classics as fall arrives

As leaves are falling off trees, a pumpkin spice aroma fills the air and the sweater trends return, students turn to TV and film to relive their nostalgia, but the films and shows they watched have changed over the years. There are many traditions and trends that appear only in ...

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APSU to assist with Houston rebuild on service trip

Hurricane Harvey was a Category 4 hurricane that came ashore and put the city of Houston, Texas and surrounding areas under water. The storm dropped as much as 50 inches of rain in some places. It is the first storm of this strength to make landfall since 2004. After the storm made landfall, it lingered over Texas ...

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Nuns bring Christianity, rock ‘n’ roll, guitar music together around the world

GARDEN GROVE, Calif. (AP) — Eleven nuns take the stage wearing traditional black-and white habits but are anything but old school as they belt out songs to the ringing of electric guitar and a rock ‘n’ roll beat. Known as “Siervas,” the band was born in a Peruvian convent three ...

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