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Volunteers discover where their food comes from

Do you know where your food is grown, or why we have strawberries available all year? This year’s Peay Read is trying to educate students on the ramifications on having exotic produce available virtually at all times. As part of the Peay Read program, students were tasked with coming to ...

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Braddock adapts music pieces for viola performance

In addition to teaching students, university music instructors often continue to work on their own projects and performances. Performances can be original compositions or pre-composed pieces they modified to let their creativity and talent show through.    On Thursday, Sept. 22, Western Kentucky University viola professor Andrew Braddock and pianist ...

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Hispanic Cultural Center reflects on American society

In honor of National Hispanic Heritage Month, APSU’s Hispanic Cultural Center is hosting a series of events celebrating the various aspects of Hispanic culture. On Thursday, Sept. 21, one such event was a discussion panel called “Being Hispanic in America.” The panel consisted of three students involved with the cultural ...

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SART screens film to showcase sexual assault in military

Ashley Thompson | Features Writer In the last two years, sexual assault in the military has increased; however, the Department of Defense reports only 25 percent of the estimated 20,300 service members sexually assaulted reported the incident to the Sexual Assault Prevention and Response office of the Department of Defense ...

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Study Abroad offers world travel

Students gathered in the Morgan University Center room 305 to get a taste of the skies they could travel and the cultures they could immerse themselves in at the Study Abroad Fair on Thursday, Sept. 22. Visitors were given maps, information sheets, and stamp cards and let loose on the ...

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Communications department forms a new community on campus

The Department of Communications has developed the very first Living and Learning Community (LLC) on campus. Last year, Assistant Vice President for Student Affairs and Director of Housing Joe Mills sent out an email to faculty and staff asking if there was any interest in forming an LLC on campus. ...

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