Shower of Stoles event honors priests demoted because of sexual orientation

The touring Shower of Stoles exhibit will be coming to APSU on Wednesday, April 22 and will be on display in MUC room 306 from 12 to 7 p.m. Shower of Stoles is an exhibit created in 1995 by Martha Juillerat, a former Presbyterian minister. Juillerat served in a congregation in rural Missouri. When she […]

Blood Drive saves potential 180 lives

The Student Nursing Association, the Zeta Tau chapter of Kappa Alpha Order and the American Red Cross saved a potential 180 lives with the Delete Blood Cancer blood drive on Wednesday, April 8, and Thursday, April 9, in the Foy Fitness Center from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. According to Ashlee Dover, president of the […]

Meet new SGA Vice President Ankit Patel

Junior health and pre-med major Ankit Patel said he is excited to have been elected as vice president of the Student Government Association for the 2015-16 academic year. “It’s pretty unreal,” Patel said. “I remember coming back freshman year, looking at the current executive board and thinking, ‘Wow, those people are impressive,’ and now I have that same […]

Helping Hands banquet celebrates influential individuals

The 2015 Helping Hands Award Banquet celebrated the individuals nominated by 17 non-traditional APSU students for contributing to their academic accomplishments and leaving an impact on their lives. The event took place on Tuesday, April 7 in the MUC and gave each student an opportunity to explain why their nominee was important to their academic success. […]

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 Safe House, a local domestic […]

‘Words Are Hard’ mixes language, art, irony

Amy Duncan’s senior art exhibit “Words Are Hard” was displayed in the Trahern Gallery the week of March 30. The piece is a collection of 100 foldable cards of varying sizes, from a multipage one as small as a thumb displayed in a glass box to a large piece of printer paper. Each card had […]