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Mid-South Jazz Festival comes to Clarksville

The APSU music department offers a taste of many varieties of musical styles for students, faculty and those pursuing a career in music. For this year’s Mid-South Jazz Festival hosted at APSU, the Marquis Hill Blacktet performed on Saturday, April 1. The group released their newest album “The Way We ...

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Men dress as women for Greek charity event

The annual Womanless Pageant hosted by Kappa Alpha Order and Alpha Omicron Pi happened Friday, March 31, from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. Seven men of all shapes and sizes donned dresses and heels for the charities the show raises money to support, with AOII giving to the Arthritis Foundation and ...

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Local coffee shop refreshes, delights customers

Plumb Line Coffee is not your average café where you order your coffee in a rush; it is an experience worthwhile. Just one block from APSU, the coffee shop is a hit for students, professors and coffee consumers. When I entered the coffee shop at 124 University Ave., the owners, ...

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Duet performers showcase history of early labor movement, social change

Ashley Thompson | Features Writer History can be taught in a great many formats and one of those is a musical presentation, much like Nell Levin and Michael August’s performance on Joe Hill. Hill was an artist activist of the labor movement, and his involvement in the early labor movements ...

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Clarksville community puts climbing skills to the test

APSU students, faculty and community members use the Foy Fitness Center to build their physical strength and abilities. At the same time, members are building up their mental strength to use in and outside the classroom. On Saturday, March 25, University Recreation hosted their 10th annual Ascension Climbing Competition at ...

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