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Emerald Hills practices self-defense, teaches about sexual assault

Ashley Thompson | Features Writer With the recent sexual assault report on Friday November 11 , the need for awareness of what to do in an assault situation and how these situations can be avoided has become more prominent for many people, including campus police. RAs have to put on ...

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One-Man band takes over Einstein Bros. Thursday

Einstein Bros. was serving more than bagels Thursday night as Noah Hoehn performed his one-man show on its stage. The only items on the stage were a keyboard-like device with a series of pedals underneath and a cylindrical drum. The Govs Programming Council introduced Hoehn to the stage as being ...

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International Night arrives on campus, brings world culture together

International Night brought a taste of countries all over the world to APSU students Tuesday, November 16 at 6 p.m. in the Memorial Health building. The International Student Department and Student Life and Engagement hosted the event, which mainly featured tables of food from across the world and cultural dance ...

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Society of University Pagans opens its doors to APSU community

This semester marks the beginning of APSU’s own chapter of the Society of University Pagans. During the fall 2016 semester, the Society of University Pagans became an APSU student organization and began inviting students to join and attend biweekly meetings. During these meetings, the members share their personal experiences with ...

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Performer takes center stage Wednesday

APSU students made some noise for spoken word guest that combined poetry and beat-boxing to address issues in society that are commonly ignored. The Govs Programming Council hosted Spoken Word artist Lady Caress to perform for APSU students on Wednesday, Nov. 9. Caress Russell travels to different campuses and stages ...

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