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Stretching and growth

By Becky Kay In a previous blog I mentioned how I am leading a team to Nicaragua this summer. Before trips like I always find myself in anticipation for all that I will learn and grown in once I am abroad and dream about what to expect. Something that I’ve never really reflected about before is the

‘Cinderella’ gives audience ‘happily ever after’

By Guest Writer, Karina Carlin Directed by Kenneth Branagh, the new live-action adaptation of the original “Cinderella” movie reminds its audience why it fell in love with one of Disney’s most well-known classics all those years ago. This remake of the original 1950 animated film has audiences everywhere delighted with the outcome, despite this being

Rising artists display talent at Tuesday art show

By Guest Writer, Amanda White On March 17, West Campus hosted five art exhibits in various galleries for all to experience and enjoy. One artist, Dirk Hagner, presented his solo exhibition rightly named “Texted Haiku Broadsides.” His work portrays a great mix of Japanese calligraphy, typography and postmodernism. Hagner has an eloquence that has been

APU students bite into Night Market festivities

By Guest Writer, Sharon Lee On March 4, APU International Students and Scholars’ Night Market celebrated its third anniversary as part of International Student Awareness month. International Chapel Pastor Vijay Jacob said the event is held every year in March. Ethnic clubs, fundraising teams and enthusiastic international students lined up booths on Cougar Walk at

Doughnuts and ice cream

By Becky Kay Something that I recently discovered is the deliciousness of a doughnut stuffed with ice cream. This isn’t just any ice cream sandwich but an ice cream sandwich that contains specialty ice cream stuffed inside a milky bun, which is a glazed doughnut. This beautiful creation can be found at the somewhat new

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