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VETsuccess puts on art exhibit to honor veterans

On November 9th, as a way of commemorating Veterans Day, an art exhibit took place in the MUC Lobby from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. The exhibit was titled “Showcasing Our Veterans.” “This is our fourth year hosting this,” Christina Hicks said. “I do not see it going away anytime ...

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Children of the FED Orphanage, Port-au-Prince, Haiti

[huge_it_gallery id=”56″] There are almost 200 orphanages in Haiti. This particular orphanage in Port-au-Prince known as the “FED orphanage” is run by volunteers, half of which are adults who were raised in the orphanage themselves. Aid workers from the U.S. frequently visit to provide much needed medical care to the ...

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Visiting artist discusses fear, motivation in creative arts

Ashley Thompson | Features Writer Taking risk can be a scary task and growing obsessions both good or bad play a big part of the creative arts field. A visiting artist, Bryony Gomez-Palacio, talked about Risk, Obsession, and Attachment in a lecture in the MUC room 307 on Thursday, April ...

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Art and Design Building delays leave professors without office space

The prolonged construction for the new Art and Design Building leaves professors with no offices and little space for working, APSU’s art and design students say. According to APSU’s press release, the construction for the building was to begin in Oct. 2015 and it was excepted to open Spring 2017. ...

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Turner arrives, shakes campus

A fissure opened up at the gallery 108 at Trahern. This fissure was not from an earthquake, or any other geological phenomenon, but it was an art exhibition from junior fine arts major Khari Turner. The show is called “Fissure: A Rift Between Us” and it showed at the gallery ...

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New Permanent Sculpture Added to APSU Campus

APSU has added a new permanent sculpture to the bowl in front of the Woodward Library. The sculpture, entitled The Cardboard Kids: Monument to the Nontraditional Student, features three metal “vehicles” meant to represent the nontraditional student body of APSU. The makeshift models are meant to look ragged and pieced ...

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