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Award-winning LGBT writer talks life, writing advice to students, faculty

Award-winning and wholehearted writer Dorothy Allison stopped by English Professor Linda Crenshaw’s Southern Writers class on a rainy morning in Harned Hall to speak about literature, emotion and the process of writing on Thursday, April 6. Allison is a writer from South Carolina who uses her fiction and poetry to ...

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‘The Band Perry’s’ Jason Fitz visits APSU

In the music and communications industry there are so many routes a student could take to seek a career after college, yet many express uncertainty over which path to take. Jason Fitz, former fiddle player for The Band Perry and 102.5 “The Game” co-host, gave advice and answered questions on ...

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Local group for LGBT citizens called, ‘Equality Clarksville’ organizes

Nine out of 10 people in the LGBT community have experienced some sort of bullying in their lifetimes, according to the Bullying Statistics website. A new organization is forming in Clarksville, and it seeks to help those within the LGBT community who feel marginalized: Equality Clarksville. Though she has now ...

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Mid-South Jazz Festival comes to Clarksville

The APSU music department offers a taste of many varieties of musical styles for students, faculty and those pursuing a career in music. For this year’s Mid-South Jazz Festival hosted at APSU, the Marquis Hill Blacktet performed on Saturday, April 1. The group released their newest album “The Way We ...

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Men dress as women for Greek charity event

The annual Womanless Pageant hosted by Kappa Alpha Order and Alpha Omicron Pi happened Friday, March 31, from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. Seven men of all shapes and sizes donned dresses and heels for the charities the show raises money to support, with AOII giving to the Arthritis Foundation and ...

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