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Amended Clery Act adds new provisions

The Violence Against Women Act was recently added to the Clery Act, adding more protections for victims of sexual assault and dating violence. These revisions went into effect on July 1. The Clery Act is a procedure that requires all colleges and institutions to share information about crime on campus ...

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APSU breaks ground on new $16-million fine arts building

APSU has broken ground on a new $16 million fine arts building set to open for the spring semester of 2017. President Alisa White, Tenn. Board of Regents Chancellor John Morgan and APSU students were in attendance for the groundbreaking ceremony on Tuesday, Sept. 1. During the ceremony, White explained ...

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Trahern lot closed, Jenkins & Wynne purchase set to close

With the construction of the new fine arts building comes the loss of Trahern lot, meaning more than 200 parking spaces will be lost, pushing faculty and students to other lots around campus. Overall, APSU has lost 185 faculty and staff spaces and 40 Harvill resident parking spaces, which includes ...

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Rhonda Larson accepts Roy Acuff award, performs at APSU

Grammy Award winning flautist Rhonda Larson visited APSU from Monday, April 21, to Tuesday, April 28, to perform and share her musical knowledge. As the final Roy Acuff Chair of Excellence recipient for 2014-15, some of Larson’s achievements include winning first place in the National Flute Association’s Young Artist Competition ...

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A∑A raises $2,687 for Special Olympics

The Zeta Omega chapter of Alpha Sigma Alpha raised $2,687 for the Special Olympics during their Dodge Like a Champion event on Wednesday, April 15, in the Red Barn. Dodge Like a Champion is an annual dodgeball tournament ASA has hosted for five years to raise money for the Special ...

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Joy Ladin serves as 2015 Asanbe Symposium speaker

Joy Ladin, transgender scholar and poet, analyzed gender issues at The Asanbe Diversity Symposium on Thursday, April 15. In the address “Second Genesis: The Transformation of Gender,” Ladin spoke about what the stories of the creation of human beings in the opening chapters of Genesis teach us about gender and ...

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