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

» By TIFFANY COMER – “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 about him. Britton’s story is […]

Bat Govs start slow, finish strong

» By DANIEL NEWTON – 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, losing to MTSU on Wednesday, […]

Obama versus Romney, voters weigh options

» By CHRIS COPPEDGE – 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 strong candidate, and Mitt Romney […]