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APSU professor to conduct music in Paris

Korre Foster, assistant professor of music at APSU, will be conducting three choral performances in Paris from Thursday, July 9 through Saturday, July 11. The performances have been funded by a grant from the Florence Gould Foundation supporting French-American exchange. The choral pieces will be performed by the Académie’s Chamber ...

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APSU student interns at Vanderbilt

College students have many opportunities during summer semester: visiting family, suntanning and binge watching TV. A great way to get work experience, however, is a summer internship. Shelia Johnson, an APSU chemistry major with plans for a doctorate after graduation, is gaining experience in the medical field. According to a press ...

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Review: Jurassic World

The past month has been filled with several fantastic movies, many of which are revamps of old classics. A week or so ago, I had the privilege to watch Jurassic Park’s revamp Jurassic World. The movie started out similarly to how the original Jurassic Park did. They spent a lot ...

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Smoothie King grand opening

On Friday, June 19, Smoothie King Franchises opened a new location in Clarksville, Tenn. and threw a grand opening celebration. At the celebration, customers were given samples and free prizes, such as magnets and sport bottles. The first 100 to attend were also given a free T-shirt. No prizes remained ...

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Bonnaroo says goodbye with Caribou and Billy Joel

The final day of Bonnaroo is somber and bittersweet for many. The previous four days have been filled with music, memories and one of the most positive atmospheres available, but at the expense of an extended stay away from family, friends and air conditioning. So for many the end of Bonnaroo ...

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Ed Helms, Ralphie May and more talk performing to big audiences

Ed Helms, Béla Fleck, Abigail Washburn, Britt Daniel, Ralphie May and Aaron Bruno all agree that performing to large crowds is a “magical” experience. “It’s pretty overwhelming,” said lead vocalist of Awolnation, Aaron Bruno, as he reminisced on past performances with less successful bands. “It’s an emotional experience. I’m so ...

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