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Lady Govs fall to Lipscomb in Double header

»Faith Johnnson, Guest Writer The Lady Bisons effectively shut down the Lady Govs this past week in a doubleheader on Wednesday, March 13 at Cheryl Holt Field. The Lady Govs fought valiantly in the first game, a power struggle in which the lead went back and forth. The Lady Govs ...

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Poetry in motion: Dance department presents 7th annual spring showcase

–cmccrary@my.apsu.edu –cscruton@my.apsu.edu “APSU’s seventh annual spring dance concert was a quality performance received by appreciative audiences,” said Margaret Rennerfeldt, assistant professor of dance and this year’s concert director. Annually, the spring concert is the highlight showcase of APSU’s dance minor program, according to Rennerfeldt. Running from Wednesday, Feb. 27, to ...

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Stress-free spring break: The All State’s guide to having a fun spring break and avoiding all its pitfalls and perils

–pswanson@my.apsu.edu Since the start of the semester, the weather here in Tennessee has been almost unbearable. Every day, we get up to the rain and to the cold and watch as the workload piles up in front of us. After several weeks of this nonsense, most of us are hoping ...

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Speaker Hill talks race, politics, American life

–mharrison18@my.apsu.edu –shamilton13@my.apsu.edu “America, listen to yourself,” were the first words of Lamont Hill’s lecture given in conjunction with the African-American Cultural Center on Tuesday, Feb. 26. On the subject “Race, Politics and American Life,” Hill attempted to give students and patrons an objective assessment on the condition of American society ...

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New members inducted into APSU Athletics Hall of Fame

» By Philip Sparn News Editor Three new members were inducted into the APSU Athletics Hall of Fame on Saturday, Feb. 9 at the 36th annual induction. Baseball coach Gary McClure, APSU team physician Dr. W. Cooper Beazley and former basketball player Andrew Lorentzson were honored for their contributions to ...

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