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Nontraditional Family Fun: a game day for students and their families

While the Adult and Nontraditional Student Center provides outreach to the nontraditional population at APSU, there is also another organization that provides similar outreach, yet without official ties to the university: the Nontraditional Student Society, or NTSS. “In the past, [NTSS] tried to focus on supporting nontraditional students specifically, but ...

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Drag Show brings LGBTQ culture to center stage Friday

A community gathered together of all ages, watching queens perform to songs from different generations, in Clement Auditorium, can only mean one thing. The APSU Drag Show hosted by the Gay-Straight Alliance is back for its spring presentation. On Friday night, Mar. 16, at 7 p.m., a crowd gathered to ...

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REVIEW: Netflix’s ‘Seven Seconds’ holds strong premise, yet held back by weak writing

“Seven Seconds” is a Netflix original created by Veena Sud, creator of AMC’s “The Killing.” Loosely based on a real story, this crime drama follows the accidental death of a black teenager, Brenton Butler. When a white off-duty officer, Peter Jablonski (played by Beau Knapp), crashes into Brenton and his ...

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3 professors use Shakespeare in regular podcast

In a time where classics are being revisited and media is viewed in many mediums in recent years. Classics, such as Shakespeare, need original taste to bring in a new generation’s interests. A podcast revolving around Shakespeare, split into four episodes, has come into the works in three different departments’ ...

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REVIEW: Top-notch acting, confusing art style lead to unsatisfying performance

“The Taming of the Shrew” is perhaps one of my favorite Shakespeare plays I have ever experienced, right up there with “Titus Andronicus” and “Julius Caesar.” When I learned APSU’s Theater Department planned a comic book style telling, however, I was curious. How would you turn a live-action play into ...

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APSU fraternity member receives Fraternity Man of the Year award

At the Southeastern Interfraternity Conference (SEIFC) held in Atlanta, Georgia, APSU’s very own Aristeo Ruiz was awarded the Gregory R. Singleton Fraternity Man of the Year. “No one is more deserving of this award than Ari,” junior criminal justice major and Interfraternity Council President Tyler Tubbs said. “There are thousands ...

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