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Science fiction writing isn’t a dead art

Now that I’ve gotten a couple of lighthearted topics out of the way, it’s time to get serious. I’m going to talk about the commercialization of science fiction literature. I know what you’re thinking: Whoa, Marina, chill out. It’s okay, dude or dudette; I will coax you through this difficult time. ...

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Professor Winters recognized with Award for Excellence

The Society of Classical Studies recognizes up to three outstanding professors annually, and on Saturday, Jan. 10, Professor Timothy Winters was recognized as a recipient of one of the Awards for Excellence in the Teaching of Classics. Winters, a professor of Greek and Latin studies, has been teaching at APSU ...

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Professor Winters earns teaching award

The Society for Classical Studies only awards one to three Awards for Excellence in the Teaching of Classics annually, and APSU Professor Timothy Winters earned the recognition for 2015. “I am humbled and very much aware of how much I owe to my own professors, many of whom were instrumental in the ...

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Zombie apocalypse

–lsapp@my.apsu.edu For those of you who have ever had an argument over the possibilities of a real zombie apocalypse, the answers might be right here on campus. Antonio Thompson, associate professor of history, and his wife Amy Thompson, associate professor of biology, are currently writing a scholarly book on zombies. ...

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