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Andre Shipp, Multimedia Editor

Student Publications spurs personal growth, achievement

» Chasity webb – cwebb14@my.apsu.edu I am, at last, at the end of my college career. Well, at least until I regain the mental strength and agility to attempt graduate school. The excitement and slight fear of starting my life are hitting me hard but at the same time I’m ...

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Not planning to retire Graduating at 77, Coozie Britton is ‘the type of student that makes a professor proud.’

» By TIFFANY COMER – tcomer@my.apsu.edu “Coozie Britton is the type of student that makes a professor proud and keeps a faculty member coming back to teach year after year.” These are the words that Britton’s self-proclaimed favorite professor at APSU, Shirley Hagewood, associate professor of Mathematics, had to say ...

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APSU tennis teams fall short of OVC Finals to EKU

» By DANIEL NEWTON – dnewton7@my.apsu.edu The APSU men’s and women’s teams would end up falling to the Ohio Valley Conference tournament champions in both men’s and women’s tennis, Eastern Kentucky, in the second round this weekend in Nashville. The Tennis Govs secured a birth in the second round of ...

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Short tenure with The All State provides lasting experiences, skills for future employment

» Trent singer – tsinger@my.apsu.edu Over the past year, I’ve definitely learned a lot. Although my time with The All State has been short, it has most definitely been a fun ride. I’ve learned a lot about what it takes to put together the newspaper on a weekly basis and ...

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Bat Govs start slow, finish strong

» By DANIEL NEWTON – dnewton7@my.apsu.edu The APSU Bat Govs had a week consisting of average play, a late-tragic meltdown and then took out their anger from the meltdown the next day in dramatic fashion. All of these differences in play culminated in the Bat Govs going 2-2 this week, ...

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Obama versus Romney, voters weigh options

» By CHRIS COPPEDGE – ccoppedge@my.apsu.edu As the primary races end and the presidential race heats up, APSU students and faculty turn their attention to the general election this November. APSU’s College Republicans adviser David Kanervo has a more evenhanded viewpoint of the candidates. “President Obama is obviously a very ...

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