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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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Game Show tests knowledge of history

APSU students represent many cultures, races and backgrounds. University organizations take part in recognizing the diversity among the student body. On Thursday, Feb. 23, the Govs Programming Council and the Wilbur N. Daniel African American Culture Center hosted Black History Trivia in the MUC Food Court. The two organizations hosted ...

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Students create cookies and cards at WNDAACC

Ashley Thompson | Features Writer On Valentine’s Day making treats and cards is a well-known piece of the celebration. The Wilbur N. Daniel African American Cultural Center held an all-day event with these kinds of activities on Feb. 14, making many students feel involved in the holiday festivities. The WNDAAC ...

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Presidential election affects diverse groups

Americans and people all over the world have watched the events of the 2016 presidential election unfold and the effect it has had on the nation, its citizens, its allies and its enemies. Citizens of Clarksville and students at APSU have stood up for what they believe in and debated ...

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APSU welcomes Marcelius Braxton as new director of Wilbur N. Daniel African American Cultural Center

APSU has hired Marcelius Braxton as  the new director of the Wilbur N. Daniel African-American Cultural Center (WNDAACC). Braxton previously worked at Missouri University as the student service coordinator for the Student Diversity, Outreach and Women’s Programs. He has also been a part of the Black Man’s Think Tank, the ...

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Students re-enact civil rights speeches

Students come out to re-enact popular civil rights speeches to educate APSU students on it's importance. The students also competed against one another for a cash prize.

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