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Asanbe Diversity Symposium honors professor, promotes respect

Feminism, race and gender were the main themes of the “Ain’t I a Woman!” performance by the Core Ensemble and actress Shayla Simmons in the Asanbe Diversity Symposium on Thursday, March 16. The performance included acting and music. Simmons pranced across the stage with joy and lamented with sadness as ...

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SGA votes to add surveillance cameras to student housing

SGA voted in unanimous support of Sen. Jaden Davidson’s Resolution No. 31, which calls for the installation of additional surveillance cameras at Blount, Sevier and Harvill residence halls, during their meeting on Wednesday, March 15. Davidson said he authored the legislation in reaction to cases of theft and vandalism outside ...

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Alumna presents memoir, life story

Ashley Thompson | Features Writer After graduating, a student pursues future careers and begins to think about what comes after walking off that platform at graduation. The APSU Center of Creative Arts welcomed alumna Laurie Cannady to read from her book in the MUC 303 on Thursday, Feb. 23. Cannady ...

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Zone 3 literary magazine celebrates 30 years

Zone 3 30 year anniversary reading

In a quiet room in the Morgan University Center, students, faculty and staff gathered to listen to carefully placed words in poems and fiction and non-fiction essays by three of “Zone 3’s” award-winning editors: Amy Wright, Barry Kitterman and Andrea Spofford. Founded in 1986 by APSU professors David Till and ...

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Three APSU alumni share their literary works

Fiction writer and poet Kory Shrum, poet and publisher Stephanie Bryant Anderson and nonfiction writer Heather Donahoe read original works for students and staff at an alumni reading on Wednesday, Feb. 11. English Professor Barry Kitterman, who was in charge of the event, said he was thrilled to have writers share ...

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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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