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Student and staff participate in day of service to honor Martin Luther King, Jr.

APSU joined forces with Feed My Starving Children, a non-profit Christian organization that sends food to over 70 countries worldwide, in honor of Martin Luther King, Jr.’s legacy on Friday, Jan. 30. A total of 530 volunteers participated to create 531 boxes of food, or 114,696 meals, for children in ...

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Visiting artist Ann Hamilton has abstract vision

The Art Department has announced its newest guest speaker, Ann Hamilton, who is scheduled to give a lecture on Thursday, Feb. 5 at 7 p.m. in the Trahern Theater. Hamilton’s visit is part of the Art Department’s visiting artist series. Hamilton’s work spans many different mediums and inspirations, taking on ...

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I miss the South

Washington D.C. has been nice so far, but I am totally missing my Southern home. I have not been able to breathe since I arrived here last Wednesday. The sessions have been endless, and learning the Metro has been quite the challenge. I miss my sweet car Regina, but I ...

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Gay marriage needs to be a legal issue

The social issues with gay marriage shouldn’t dictate government ruling. When it comes down to why gay marriage should or should not be legal, are the reasons expressed by our government’s laws really constitutional or just perverse rules enabled by an outdated way of thinking? It makes little to no ...

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Chartwells employee talks nautical pasttime

Mary Alice, a Chartwells employee recently featured in #PeayPix, has had a vibrant past before coming to Clarksville, Tenn. and working at APSU’s Peay Pod. She and her husband moved to Clarksville after her stepson, who was in the 101st Airborne, was deployed, leaving his wife at home with two ...

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‘Sound’ echoes across campus

This semester the Art department is challenging traditional art forms by exploring a different medium: sound. The exhibit, “Sound,” is a collection of pieces around campus that embody the idea that sound is as a good tool for creating works of art as paint or chalk.  Michael Dickins, gallery director ...

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