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Major Pain: why choosing a major should not be hard

MAHALIA SMITH | CONTRIBUTING WRITER For many students, one of the hardest things about college is deciding what to major in. The National Center for Education Statistics found that 80 percent of college students in the U.S. change their majors. APSU has a low number of undecided students, who are ...

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Game Show tests knowledge of history

APSU students represent many cultures, races and backgrounds. University organizations take part in recognizing the diversity among the student body. On Thursday, Feb. 23, the Govs Programming Council and the Wilbur N. Daniel African American Culture Center hosted Black History Trivia in the MUC Food Court. The two organizations hosted ...

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Spring Dance Concert shows diversity in expression

I recently had the honor of attending this year’s Spring Dance Concert on Sunday, Feb. 26 at 2 p.m. This semester’s recital featured a variety of bold pieces, ranging in levels of intensity from comical to intensely emotional, showcasing a refreshing variety of performances and stories told on the stage, with ...

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Alumna presents memoir, life story

Ashley Thompson | Features Writer After graduating, a student pursues future careers and begins to think about what comes after walking off that platform at graduation. The APSU Center of Creative Arts welcomed alumna Laurie Cannady to read from her book in the MUC 303 on Thursday, Feb. 23. Cannady ...

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Culture shock: journey to Switzerland

The Institute of Education Sciences says studying internationally has a lifetime of benefits because students learn more by being exposed to a different culture. Senior English major Meagan Dagnan is currently in an international studies program in Fribourg, Switzerland. Dagnan said she grew up in the mountains around Chattanooga and  ...

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