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Frankie Ballard comes to center stage

One of the biggest events in the 2016 Homecoming line-up was the Homecoming Concert. This year, APSU invited up-and-coming country artist Frankie Ballard to perform. It was a surprisingly chilly evening before the doors to the Foy Center were opened to the public, and many were caught unaware by the ...

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Catholic Student Association kindles religious conversation

Ashley Thompson | Features Writer There is a 23 percent drop in religious service attendance from students after three years in college, according to the Higher Education Research Institution at the University of California, Los Angeles. The Catholic Student Association (CSA) is a group that tries to avoid these kinds ...

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Students debate one another about importance of voting

With the election season approaching this November, the biannual AP Debate forum garnered student interest this year with an election-related topic for debate; whether “it should be the duty of citizens to vote in democratic elections” or not. The event was held on Wednesday, Oct. 12 from 6 p.m. to ...

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Anna Freeze continues 15-year tradition at GSA’s annual Drag Show

It was about two hours from show time when Anna Freeze arrived at the Clement auditorium. The occasion was the annual Gay Straight Alliance Drag Show on Thursday, Oct. 13, which saw other performers arrive with suitcases full of outfits and a plethora of wigs. Freeze joined three other performers ...

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APSU soccer falls at SIUE

Lady Govs soccer saw their undefeated record in the OVC fall over the weekend with a 1-0 loss to SIU- Edwardsville. APSU managed to scrap together seven shots to SIUE’s 12, but failed to convert the opportunities into goals on Oct. 14.   SIUE (8-5-2, 3-1-2 OVC) opened scoring in ...

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Asian Studies Club introduces new class

There was only enough room to stand in Claxton 310. It was the first lesson of the beginner Korean class the Asian Studies Club coordinated this semester. It is a free class open to any student who wishes to learn Korean. The Asian Studies Club invited instructor Young Ayer to teach ...

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