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APSU alum Gregory C. Mabry Jr. to be inducted into inaugural class of ROTC Hall of Fame


 APSU - Austin Peay State UniversityClarksville, TN – According to APSU, more than 300 former U.S. Army ROTC cadets will be inducted into the inaugural class of the Army Hall of Fame during a ceremony at Fort Knox, Kentucky on June 10th that will also celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Army ROTC program.

A 2000 graduate of Northeast High School (NEHS) in Clarksville, Gregory C. Mabry Jr. earned his Bachelor of Science in sociology from APSU in 2004.

Gregory C. Mabry Jr.

Gregory C. Mabry Jr.

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Ivan’s Cultural Ensenble to hold dance auditions

Ivan Roberts

Ivan Roberts

Ivan’s Cultural Ensemble (ICE) to hold open auditions for dancers, all forms of dance are welcome. Selected dancers will have the chance to perform professionally, cross country travel, and will be provided an intensive education in the different arts of dancing. The Auditions are open to all forms of dance and the performing arts including  Classical, Jazz, African, Hip Hop, Ballet, Gospel Praise, Salsa, Merengue, Samba and More!

The Auditions will take place from 1:00pm – 5:00pm on July 10th, 2010, at the Total Fitness Personal Training Studio (110 Franklin Street, Suite 200) . All dancers must be registered before the starting time.  To register contact Ivan Roberts at (931) 801-4730, or RSVP via Facebook. «Read the rest of this article»


James Earl Jones narrates “Black Indians: An American Story”


James Earl Jones

On Sunday, Nov. 9th, C. H. Nash Museum at Chucalissa hosted a free screening and discussion of the film, “Black Indians: An American Story.” The museum, located at 1987 Indian Village Drive (near T.O. Fuller State Park) in Memphis is a function of the University of Memphis and focuses on the archaeological interests in the history and culture of the Native American people of Western Tennessee.

Narrated by James Earl Jones, this award winning film explores the past and present interactions of the African American and American Indian communities. The film focuses on the dynamics that brought the two groups together in a common bond and their evolving relationships over the past 300 years. «Read the rest of this article»

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