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GHOST

By: William Hayes Greater Halloween Options for Safe Trick-or-Treating, or GHOST, has been on the APSU campus since 2003. At GHOST, children can get candy and participate in a variety of games that APSU students set up for them. Two days before Halloween, the APSU football field is surrounded in ...

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APSU senior Briana Finley shares her story, speaks out against sexual assault

On Oct. 20, 2017, senior theater performance major Briana Finley stood in the University Center Plaza as Homecoming festivities buzzed around her. With black duct tape on her mouth and a poster board beside her, she did not speak a single word to the students passing by her. In silence, ...

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Students enjoy Halloween in different ways, reveling in holiday traditions

The wind is getting colder. The leaves are falling off tree branches. Skeleton cutouts and armies of pumpkins are filling convenience store shelves. Candy corn is relevant again. Dress up as your favorite celebrity or superhero, knock on doors, ask strangers for candy and receive it. Throughout the years, Halloween ...

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Fate of philosophy program in question after recent teaching cuts

There is a battle being fought for Philosophy here at APSU. The major could be staying or going. “People need to understand that we are not crying wolf or engaging in hyperbole. Philosophy and Religion will very likely not exist as a major at APSU within four years, five years ...

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REVIEW: Sonnenfeld’s adaptation of ‘Misery’ suspenseful, a must-watch for Halloween festivities

Despite being a fan of Stephen King’s work, most of his adaptations do not translate well to film or television. The unconventional atmosphere and themes expressed in his work are often lost in translation. Without the right execution, it can be unintentionally campy and confused. Thankfully, there are several excellent ...

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