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Bonnaroo Post Office helps Bonnaroovians stay in touch

Papers rustling, pens scratching and guitars wailing are all sounds heard within the Bonnaroo post office. Seated between two concert stages, the solar stage and the new music on tap lounge, means mailing a postcard back home might occasionally be interrupted by the sounds of Nashville band Diarrhea Planet or ...

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APSU police find reports of armed man on campus false

On Thursday, June 11, campus security investigated a possible security risk and determined it was not a threat to the campus. According to an email from APSU Chief of Police Michael Kasitz, APSU police received reports of a large white male wearing a purple shirt who was possibly armed with ...

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APSU ROTC cadet chosen to deploy to Bulgaria

The ROTC program at APSU has gone international this summer by sending an APSU cadet to Bulgaria for humanitarian service. Arnold Powell is one of few who was chosen for a deployment to Bulgaria on June 3 to teach Bulgarian officers how to read and write in English. Powell, a Cadet ...

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APSU students volunteer in Guatemala

Nine APSU students volunteered in Guatemala in May, focusing on building an expansion for a children’s waiting room at a clinic according to a press release. The students made the trip to Antigua, Guatemala on Saturday, May 16 to spend a week engaging in volunteer work and learning about Guatemalan culture. According ...

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Let us not burn our aliens

Though interstellar space travel seems like a distant dream and our abilities to contact alien life are limited, we still must prepare ourselves for the likelihood of contact. If I had any marketable skills other than high thumb dexterity from video games and an ability to read for, like, hours on ...

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Take Back the Night protests sexual violence

A band of activists took to campus to protest sexual assault, chanting and writing chalk messages in the quad to spread their message on Thursday, April 23, from 5 to 9 p.m. Members of the Feminist Majority Leadership Alliance held the protest to join an international event called Take Back ...

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