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Students reflect on the meaning of Martin Luther King Jr. Day

 The United States observes the third Monday of January in honor of the birth, life and work of Martin Luther King Jr. The establishment of this national holiday was heatedly debated before passage in 1986 under Ronald Reagan’s Administration. On campus today, it is difficult to measure whether any of ...

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Thanksgiving comes a little early

Last week, the Wilbur N. Daniel African American Cultural Center made the effort to bring some holiday-themed thankfulness to campus. On Tuesday Nov. 20, the center hosted a Thanksgiving feast with a powerful message. The event was called WNDAACC Giving. From noon until 2 p.m., students were invited to share ...

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Diversity, Inclusion, and Discussions, All Under One Roof

Diversity, inclusion and the ability to converse with others freely is something APSU promotes amongst its students. The Wilbur N. Daniel African American Cultural Center (WNDAACC) personifies these characteristics and makes lasting impacts and impressions on campus. The director of the WNDAACC Dr. Marcelius Braxton described the atmosphere as such. ...

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Mastered It

Feb. 1 marks the first day of Black History Month. It is a tribute to African-American men and women who made momentous contributions to America and the entire world in multiple fields, such as Science, Mathematics and entertainment. Black History Month usually highlights the likes of Rosa Parks, Martin Luther ...

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On campus for break, here are some food options on Thanksgiving

When Thanksgiving rolls around, many students head home to celebrate the holiday with family and friends. However, for various reasons, many students stay behind. APSU closes on the holiday, leaving students who stay on campus for the holiday without a Thanksgiving meal. Many restaurants and stores will be closed on ...

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Survivors speak: 21st annual Clothesline Project

The Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network (RAINN) states one person experiences  sexual assault every 98 seconds. In addition, for 80 percent of juvenile victims, the perpetrator was a parent. According to RAINN, however, only about six of every 1,000 of these stories are brought to light. After rescheduling from ...

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