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Model U.N. forms new student organization

In a world filled with violence and war, the art of diplomacy provides an alternate method to achieving peace. With the United Nations aiming to secure this goal, various academic organizations work to emulate this experience for their students. Political Science professors Katherine Hunt, Harold Young and Anna Gregg are ...

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Nezhukumatathil brings poetry to life

One’s life story is complex. Transcribing it to poetry can bring such complexity to life. Award-winning poet Aimee Nezhukumatathil came to APSU Thursday, Sept. 15, to read various pieces of her work in prose poetry. Nezhukumatathil gave exposition before each poem, giving the familial context behind the work and creating ...

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#Peaylection2016: SGA encourages voter awareness

Just under two months from now, the nation will vote to see which direction it will go for the next four years. That is why many organizations have made it a priority to educate students on the voting process. On Thursday, Sept. 15, SGA and the Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity ...

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#Peaylection16: You Are Not Who You Vote For

In an election with such drastically different candidates, voting is crucial and no voter should be judged based on who they vote for. Voting is important because every vote helps to decide the direction the country will go toward. In the Republican and Democratic parties, many people feel very strongly ...

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U.S. history broken down

Ashley Thompson | Features Writer As the 2016 presidential election draws closer, various opinions are coming to the forefront in speeches, workshops, and social media. Among these, Heather Richardson, professor of History at Boston College, gave a presentation on Constitution Day at APSU Thursday, Sept. 15. Richardson covered topics on ...

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Govs take to the air with silk

Many people grow up imagining they could learn to fly and do tricks in the air, looking down on others from above. Aerial fitness is allowing many adults to feel some of what they imagined as they hang in the air suspended from silk, and in September 2015, head aerial ...

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