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Group practices Kendo, Lai martial arts passed down from ancient Japan

D’Andre Anderson | Contributing Writer Have you ever wanted to be calm and at ease with life by getting peace in your mind? A Kendo and Iai sparring club might be for you. Many students might be unaware about this club at APSU. “This is a Japanese art,” junior chemistry ...

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SGA Presidential Candidate Colin Crist seeks to create positive impact with his time

The Student Government Association (SGA) has announced the three presidential candidates on the ballot for the upcoming year. Junior physics major Colin Crist said he has proven, through his work for APSU’s campus as well as his community, that he is deserving of his candidacy. Venturing into his freshman year ...

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SGA Candidate Haley Palmeri says, “It is time” for next female president

“It’s Time,” junior art major Haley Palmeri said as her running slogan for SGA president. Palmeri is running her campaign on this slogan and stating the goal is complete transparency and accountability. She is a founding member of Sigma Kappa and participated in organizations like The All State and SGA ...

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SGA Candidate Courtney Covington plans to build strong community

The Student Government Association (SGA) has announced three candidates for president on the ballot for the upcoming year. One of them, junior education major Courtney Covington, through extra-curriculars and extensive community outreach, has the qualifications for the position. “I joined [SGA] in the second semester of my freshman year,” Covington ...

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Review: Spring Dance Concert improves on previous concerts, demonstrates complexity of emotion

If you missed the Spring Dance Concert of 2018, you missed out on an example of the incredible amount of talent APSU holds within its’ students. What is dance? Perhaps it is another way to express emotion, to make your voice heard, and connect with people of all backgrounds. Through ...

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Students march to raise awareness of sexual assault

“Walk a Mile in Her Shoes” is an international men’s march to stop rape, sexual assault and gender violence. This literal approach to sexual assault prevention is under the notion that you cannot understand another person’s experience until you have walked a mile in their shoes. APSU hosted their version ...

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