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 the Night, which is held […]

CECA Showcase exhibits student creativity

The Center of Excellence for the Creative Arts held their first student showcase entitled “Still in Motion” on Thursday, April 23, where students from various departments displayed their creations. Held on the third floor of the MUC, the showcase contained a selection of pieces chosen from multiple entries by a board. Amy Duncan, an intern […]

Get your summer on: Top 5 activities

Memphis in May, Bonnaroo and the Independence Day fireworks display in Nashville are heavy-hitting summer events in Tennessee. But these lesser-known events are for the nontraditional who think they’ve already seen and done it all. 1. Kuumba Festival in Knoxville, June 25 – 28 The Kuumba Festival is a four-day showcase of local African-American artists […]

Then and now: End-of-year advice from freshman

The All State featured two APSU freshmen, Averie Minadeo and Daniel Kelley, at the beginning of their first semester in fall 2014 in order to track changes and progress throughout their first academic year. The All State has caught up with Minadeo, but received no response from Kelley. Minadeo’s responses are as follows: After starting […]

Significant wage gaps exist among academic departments

The Tennessee Board of Regents reports the highest paid educator at APSU is President Alisa White, who makes $252,409, followed by Head Basketball Coach Dave Loos, who makes $208,603 annually. Assistant Professor of Allied Health Shelley Latchen and Assistant Professor of Teaching and Learning Vicky Smith make the lowest teaching salary at APSU of $25,000 […]

Play review: ‘Ghosts’ haunts Trahern stage

I recently had the privilege of attending the Friday night performance of “Ghosts,” which was performed in the Trahern building from Wednesday, April 15, to Sunday, April 19. The first thing I noticed was the slanted stage. It was like the house was sliding down a hill, and I couldn’t help but wonder how the […]