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New program opens its doors to campus

APSU students now have a new way to get involved to help alleviate the pains of poverty in Clarksville community. The Center for Service-Learning hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony commemorating the launch of The Campus Kitchens Project partnership with APSU on Wednesday, April 12. “The Campus Kitchens Project is a ...

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Fizdale fined for postgame interview

MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) — The NBA has fined Grizzlies coach David Fizdale $30,000 for his rant against the officiating in Memphis’ 96-82 loss to San Antonio in Game 2 of their first-round playoff series. The league announced the fine Wednesday. The Grizzlies are practicing later Wednesday. The Spurs lead the ...

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Aaron Hernandez found dead in jail cell

BOSTON (AP) — Former NFL star Aaron Hernandez hanged himself in the prison cell where he was serving a life sentence for murder, officials said Wednesday, the same day his ex-teammates on the New England Patriots were set to visit the White House to mark their Super Bowl victory. His ...

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Visiting artist discusses fear, motivation in creative arts

Ashley Thompson | Features Writer Taking risk can be a scary task and growing obsessions both good or bad play a big part of the creative arts field. A visiting artist, Bryony Gomez-Palacio, talked about Risk, Obsession, and Attachment in a lecture in the MUC room 307 on Thursday, April ...

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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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