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Tristan Sartor suits up for Savile

Sartorial, according to the Oxford Living Dictionary, is defined as: ‘relating to tailoring, clothes or style of dress.” Used in a sentence, a dapper dresser might have ‘sartorial’ elegance. Meet Tristan Sartor, an APSU Junior studying Communications and Theater. This 20-year-old embraces a lifestyle of the young urbane gentleman and he ...

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Be BOLD and Study Abroad

The Bridging Opportunities for Leadership through Diversity or B.O.L.D. scholarship is for APSU students looking to study abroad but are financially unable. The scholarship is sponsored by APSU’s Learning Opportunities Center and was created to make study abroad more accessible. B.O.L.D. scholarship recipients can receive up to $3,000 to cover ...

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APSU celebrates cultural diversity during International Night Thursday

Take a bite of foods from Taiwan to El Salvador and more, all in one room. APSU’s International Night hosted this opportunity and more. APSU hosted International Night at 6 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 14 in the Red Barn, gathering different cultural themed booths together to serve diverse foods and drinks. ...

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Study Abroad program offers insight into different cultures, perspectives

Study abroad programs allow students to pay tuition at their primary university and travel across the world for weeks or months at a time to a foreign university to further their education, with a selection of locations ranging across several continents. APSU provides four different kinds of the study-abroad programs. ...

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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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Culture shock: journey to Switzerland

The Institute of Education Sciences says studying internationally has a lifetime of benefits because students learn more by being exposed to a different culture. Senior English major Meagan Dagnan is currently in an international studies program in Fribourg, Switzerland. Dagnan said she grew up in the mountains around Chattanooga and  ...

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