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‘Black Ink, Blue Collar’

The Wilbur N. Daniel African American Cultural Center houses a variety of African American artwork, but for the month of February, in honor of Black History Month, the WNDAACC will be displaying original art by alumna, Miesha Arnold. The featured piece is entitled “Black Ink, Blue Collar.” The exhibit features ...

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Program helps African-American males

A program called the Achievers & Scholars Initiative has come to APSU with the goal of ensuring the academic success of African-American males on campus. The program was created as a project for the Tennessee Board of Regents Maxine Smith Fellows Program for Rising Minority Professionals. The program hopes to ...

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Students fill the APSU S.O.S. Food Pantry

By David Harris, Staff Writer The Wilburn N. Daniel African American Culture Center is holding donations for the Food, Clothing and Hygiene Drive in support of the APSU S.O.S. Food Pantry until Friday, Nov. 8. The WNDAACC has been holding the drive since Sunday, Oct. 6. For every 10 items ...

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Students showcase lyrical performances at Peay Soup Spoken Word competition

» By Myranda Harrison Staff Writer Students expressed their creativity through lyrical performances at the Wilber N. Daniels African American Culture Center’s third annual Peay Soup Spoken Word Competition in Einstein’s Bros Bagels on Tuesday, April 16. Students entertained the packed crowd at Einstein’s with creative poems, songs and other ...

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APSU community runs 5K for breast cancer awareness

By Dalwin Cordova Assistant News Editor Several student organizations hosted APSU’s third annual Breast Cancer Awareness 5K on Saturday, April 13. Hundreds of students and community members participated and helped raise close to $3,000 for breast cancer research. The race was hosted by the Wilbur N. Daniel African-American Cultural Center, ...

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Black History Month speaker discusses race, politics and American life

>>Myranda Harrison Staff Writer Many students listened to this year’s Black History Month speaker, Dr. Marc Lamont Hill, discuss racial, social and political issues on Tuesday, Feb. 26 in the UC Ballroom. The event was hosted by the African American Cultural Center as a part of their annual Black History ...

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