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Modern Language Fair brings students to experience Spanish, French culture

Sigma Delta Pi and the Language and Literature department invited area high school students to the Morgan University Center to explore Spanish, and French culture. This is the third year of The Modern Language Fair, and the first year where they invited French learners to participate in the event. The ...

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‘The World Goes Round’ enthusiastic, expressive, somewhat confusing

You turn on your smartphone and pull up your music, selecting your pre-saved playlist of classical theater numbers from your favorite playwright. Slipping the headphones in your ears, you tap your foot to the rhythm of the song, maybe even start humming in tune. Take that sensation, and inflate it, ...

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Award-winning LGBT writer talks life, writing advice to students, faculty

Award-winning and wholehearted writer Dorothy Allison stopped by English Professor Linda Crenshaw’s Southern Writers class on a rainy morning in Harned Hall to speak about literature, emotion and the process of writing on Thursday, April 6. Allison is a writer from South Carolina who uses her fiction and poetry to ...

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‘The Band Perry’s’ Jason Fitz visits APSU

In the music and communications industry there are so many routes a student could take to seek a career after college, yet many express uncertainty over which path to take. Jason Fitz, former fiddle player for The Band Perry and 102.5 “The Game” co-host, gave advice and answered questions on ...

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Local group for LGBT citizens called, ‘Equality Clarksville’ organizes

Nine out of 10 people in the LGBT community have experienced some sort of bullying in their lifetimes, according to the Bullying Statistics website. A new organization is forming in Clarksville, and it seeks to help those within the LGBT community who feel marginalized: Equality Clarksville. Though she has now ...

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