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Panty War aids shelter

Housing and Residence Life and Dining Services sponsored their second annual Panty War from Friday, March 20, through Sunday, April 10, collecting a total of 320 pairs of panties. Panty War is a competitive fundraiser between freshmen and upperclassmen dorms to raise the most number of unopened, tags-intact panties for ...

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Foreign language study bridges gaps in communication

Many studies suggest studying a foreign language promotes a healthy mind and increases a person’s potential lifetime earnings, but because of budget cuts in primary schools and constricting course of study plans, many APSU students do not study a foreign language as undergraduates. Depending on the difficulty of the language, ...

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Cyrus Chestnut Trio brings blues to APSU

The 54th annual Mid-South Jazz Festival hosted the Cyrus Chestnut Trio for a concert on Saturday, March 28. The Cyrus Chestnut Trio is a trio of jazz players who came together in September 1993, made up of bassist Devin Starks, drummer Neal Smith and pianist Cyrus Chestnut. According to Chestnut, ...

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‘Tres Vidas’ honors hispanic women

APSU students heard the voice of a disgruntled Frida Kahlo call out for estranged spouse Diego Rivera in the Clement Auditorium on Thursday, March 26. Soon after, students viewed a representation of anguished Salvadoran peasant Rufina Amaya recount the tale of a village massacre and watched as Argentine poet and ...

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‘Vagina Monologues’ benefits V-Day

Students put on a production of Eve Ensler’s “The Vagina Monologues” in the Clement Auditorium on Tuesday, March 24. The event was co-sponsored by the Women’s and Gender Studies Program and Feminist Majority Leadership Alliance in conjunction with V-Day. On Wednesday, March 25, they held an alumni and faculty production. ...

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