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Film festival begins with ‘La Heine’

A man falls off a building, and every time he passes a floor he says “so far so good.” “So far so good” is the mantra of the French language film “La Haine,” which served as the opening showing of this year’s World Film Festival Wednesday night. APSU’s World Film ...

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Playing with heartstrings

During APSU’s Guitar Fest, students  showcased their talents and received advice from professionals, some of which have won multiple awards on how to keep improving. Grammy Award-winning guitarist Jason Vieaux taught master classes and gave a concert for APSU and the community on Tuesday, Feb. 14. Vieaux was a part ...

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Students create cookies and cards at WNDAACC

Ashley Thompson | Features Writer On Valentine’s Day making treats and cards is a well-known piece of the celebration. The Wilbur N. Daniel African American Cultural Center held an all-day event with these kinds of activities on Feb. 14, making many students feel involved in the holiday festivities. The WNDAAC ...

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Loud and Proud

WILLIAM HAYES | STAFF WRITER For most Americans, Jan. 20, Inauguration Day, was a massive and special event, but this was certainly the case for APSU alumnus Sam Barlow, who is currently a Gunnery Sergeant in the United States Marine Corps, serving as a trombonist in the Marine band, “The ...

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Linking the past, present, future every day

Ashley Thompson | Features Writer Ever wonder what a professor might be up to when they are not teaching class? Assistant Professor of History Dzavid Dzanic gives some insight into what he enjoys doing and more about him outside of the classroom. With so much happening in life, our accomplishments ...

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‘Buried Child’ unclear, lacks central direction

With a play titled ‘‘Buried Child,” it is understandable to expect dark and complex material. With plays such as this, however, presentation is crucial, and this is where the theater department’s latest production falls flat. I attended the showing of “Buried Child” at 2 p.m. on Sunday, Feb. 12. From ...

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