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3 professors use Shakespeare in regular podcast

In a time where classics are being revisited and media is viewed in many mediums in recent years. Classics, such as Shakespeare, need original taste to bring in a new generation’s interests. A podcast revolving around Shakespeare, split into four episodes, has come into the works in three different departments’ ...

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REVIEW: Top-notch acting, confusing art style lead to unsatisfying performance

“The Taming of the Shrew” is perhaps one of my favorite Shakespeare plays I have ever experienced, right up there with “Titus Andronicus” and “Julius Caesar.” When I learned APSU’s Theater Department planned a comic book style telling, however, I was curious. How would you turn a live-action play into ...

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Retired professors analyze Shakespeare

Ashley Thompson | Features Writer Knowledge is a man’s greatest treasure and free to everyone. There is never an old enough age to stop learning new things or gaining more information about something that is well known. “Connections,” a monthly event created by the APSU Retirees Association (APSURA), is dedicated ...

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