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Author Shoulders reads to children, talks about how books are published

Children gathered around the tables, squirming in their seats as author Michael Shoulders told stories and jokes about what he does for a living. The Non-Traditional Student Center partnered with the Govs Programming Council to bring Shoulders to APSU as part of Non-Traditional Student Week on Tuesday, Nov. 8, at ...

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Daniel Gutierrez pursues business degree following deployment in Afghanistan

From jobless, to military, to student, 23-year-old Daniel Gutierrez is applying his life experience to the pursuit of a music industry career. Gutierrez is a sophomore music business major at APSU who grew up in California where he enlisted in the US Army. “I was born in Tucson, but I ...

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Haunted asylum takes over Housing

The inmates were running the asylum at the Hand Village lobby Thursday night, when the resident staff converted it into this years Haunted Hand. For the past few years the staff has turned the lobby into a make shift haunted house. “We started working on the idea for this year’s ...

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Air of mystery lingers in Harned

Ashley Thompson | Features Writer Imagine having to solve a murder on campus in an old building full of history, and the Harned Hall Murder Mystery party is created. There is character roleplay mixed in with a murder mystery plot similar to Clue and interaction between students, the Literature Club ...

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Child Learning Center hosts pumpkin decorating, hay ride in Pumpkin Patch

Children and adults can often celebrate holidays very differently, so family inclusive events are in high demand. The APSU Little Govs Child Learning Center helped provide another point for children and parents to meet in the middle with their first annual Pumpkin Patch held Wednesday, Oct. 26. The children, parents, ...

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FMLA raises awareness of sexual assault with T-shirts across campus

T-shirts hung up on clotheslines filled the University Center Plaza all day Thursday, Oct. 27. The T-shirts had stories of people who are survivors of sexual assault and abuse, and the family members of people who did not survive to tell their stories. The T-shirts spanned from the plaza between ...

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