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Past Events Fall 2013-Spring 2014

Spring 2014

2014 Student Appreciation Day

Peay Soup 4th Annual Spoken Word Competition

4th Annual Breast Cancer Awareness 5k Walk/Run

Free Lunch And Conversation 4.2.14

Peay Soup with Southern Word 3.27.14

2014 Unity Keynote Speaker - Soledad O'Brien 3.25.14

Peay Soup with Southern Word 2.25.14

Dr. Paula Hinton Talk: "So Maybe Our Efforts are Worth Something After All": Southern White Women and the Anti-Lynching Movement in Tennessee - 2.24.2014

Dr. Paula Hinton Talk: "'Searching for the Wife of the Sheriff'": The Challenges of Researching Progressive Southern Women - 2.24.2014

"Fail Forward" Art Reception - 2.20.14

Spoken Word Workshop with Southern Word - 2.19.14

Cumbia Lecture & Dance - 2.13.14

African American Civil Rights Reenactment Competition - 2.12.14

Diabetes Awareness Fair - 2.12.14

Hot Topic : Qualities of a Good Man/Woman - 2.11.14

'Fruitvale Station' - Campus Wide Screening & Discussion - 2.10.14

Ed Wisdom III Keynote - "Being Excellent" - 2.6.14

Ed Wisdom III - Meet & Greet - 2.6.14

Free Lunch & Conversations 2.5.14

"American Promise" Film Screening and Discussion 2.4.14

Peay Soup with Southern Word 1.28.14

Southern Word Writing Workshop 1.22.14

Fall 2013

Free Lunch and Conversation 12.4.13

Free Lunch and Conversation 11.6.13

Peay Soup 10.29.13 

Internship, Career, and Job opportunities with the Federal Government

Hot Topic. Everything That You Should Know About Your Freshman Year @ APSU

This program is an opportunity for freshman to hold conversations about topics that may/may not affect them as college students...and Austin Peay wants to make your freshman experience as easy as possible.

Peay Read Meet and Greet with Ron Rash, Author of "Saint's at the River."

This is an opportunity for students, faculty, staff, and community members to have the opportunity to meet the author, and keynote speaker, for The Peay Read.

Peay Soup with Southern Word

Everyone is invited to come learn the art form of writing and presenting spoken-word.

Dr. Adia Winfrey

Get H.Y.P.E: Healing Young People thru Hip-Hop Empowerment

Hot Topic Series with the African American Studies: Let's Talk About Sex, September 12, 2013

The purpose of the event is to educate the APSU campus community about HIV/AIDS, ways to practice safer sex, the promotion of abstinence and to provide FREE HIV/AIDS testing. The program is facilitated by guest speaker, Dwayne Jenkins, a Nashville CARES Education Coordinator.

"We Are Family Dinner," September 10, 2013

Annual event open to all APSU students in celebration of our common heritage and common purposes in the overall success of APSU. FREE food, provided by APSU faculty and staff, and LIVE music.

Peay Soup August 27th, 2013

APSU students had a good time and got to show off their talents.