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Lady Govs win series over Eastern Kentucky

» By DANIEL NEWTON – dnewton7@my.apsu.edu After splitting a double-header on Saturday, March 31, against Eastern Kentucky, the Lady Govs were able to take the series on Sunday with a 3-2 win. Saturday’s games were split with Eastern Kentucky winning the first, 3-2, and the Lady Govs winning the second, ...

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Nontraditional students face unique hardships

» By BRIAN BIGELOW – bbigelow@my.apsu.edu Nontraditional students face unique challenges in their pursuit of higher education, often balancing work and family with homework and classes. There are many reasons why people don’t immediately attend college after graduating from high school — marriage, kids, money, the military and the list ...

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Rivers and Spires selects APSU student’s design

» By TIFFANY COMER – tcomer@my.apsu.edu Every year the Clarksville Economic Development Council holds a contest for the Rivers and Spires yearly poster. This year, the council decided they wanted more students involved, which led to an APSU Design Center class composing and submitting entries for the 2013 Rivers and ...

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CDC ads clear air for smokers

» patrick pierce – ppierce3@my.apsu.edu I’ve been surrounded by smoking all my life, yet have never partaken in smoking myself. My dad was a heavy smoker for many years, but last Christmas he offered the greatest Christmas present one could give to his family — to stop smoking entirely. He ...

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LETTER TO THE EDITOR

» kathleen dehring It is spring here in Tennessee and APSU, with all of its flowers exploding with color and beauty, is unequaled, in my opinion, by the several other schools I have seen on my travels around the south. Yet, for two days running in the free speech zone, ...

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LETTER TO THE EDITOR

The Gay Straight Alliance would like to thank The All State and APSU for their work toward creating a diverse, safe and welcoming campus for all students. We also appreciate the opportunity to respond to Joseph Johnson’s letter in an issue of The All State. Jess and I understand the ...

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