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GSA holds exhibit and forum on LGBTQ+ issues and progress

In 1978, a small group of Austin Peay students had the idea to implement an organization that would give the LGBT community a safe space to meet. After following all procedures and getting a faculty member, Glenn Carter who was a sociology professor at APSU, to oversee the organization they ...

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Pas de chat on ballet

For a very long time, the social desirability standard for principal ballet dancers was white, flat chested and so thin it makes a mother worry. Speculation can be made as to whether that is a result of simply preference or if it is a projection of so many things America ...

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Govs top No. 1 Vanderbilt in Nashville

APSU Men’s Baseball pulled off an outstanding win against the number one team in the country, Vanderbilt University. APSU got off to a slow start not scoring until the 5th ending. Garrett Krueger walked RBI (3-1); Gino Avros advanced to second; David Martinez advanced to third and Andrew Flaherty scored. ...

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Carger is a special kind of teammate for APSU Basketball

Leaning over with her hands on her knees, Logan Carger tries to catch her breath after a three-man weave. Around her, the other girls do not seem as phased by the move. APSU women’s basketball team had just finished their first drill in a January practice. “It was terrible,” Carger said ...

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Sigma Kappa writing next diverse chapter

Sigma Kappa is the first sorority to implement a Diversity and Inclusion Chairman as a new position on APSU’s campus. The sorority is a Panhellenic chapter that was first founded in November of 1874 at Colby College in Waterville, Maine, and just recently founded locally at APSU in November of ...

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Finding your inner flow

According to the Anxiety and Depression Association of America (ADAA), anxiety disorders are one of the most common mental health problems on college campuses. College students easily feel anxious trying to balance school, work, friends, relationships and family while also gearing up to venture into the rest of their lives. ...

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