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APSU professor arrested for domestic assault

APSU professor Thomas Buttery was arrested Friday, Jan. 23, on a single charge of domestic assault by Clarksville Police Officer Thomas Biele. According to Buttery’s curriculum vitae on the APSU website, he is currently a professor in the School of Education, but has also taught in the School of Business ...

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Bomb threat call near campus

>>Staff Report On Wednesday, Oct. 8, at approximately 11:15 a.m., the Clarksville Police Department responded to a bomb threat call to the Montgomery County Courthouse in downtown Clarksville, less than a mile away from APSU. The threat was made by an anonymous call to 911. The CPD, the Montgomery County ...

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Americans fascinated by ups and downs of celebs

»Charles McCrary –Guest Writer Part of America’s celebrity culture revolves around the idea of celebrity redemption. Basically, shamed or otherwise shunned celebrities gain a surge in, what may seem to be, unwarranted popularity. In some cases this doesn’t take a lot of time. For instance, Charlie Sheen was considered dangerous ...

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Students would like longer library hours

»Brian Bigelow –Managing Editor As a second-year graduate student who also completed much of his undergrad here at APSU, I have a lot of experience with last-minute papers, due on D2L at midnight, being disrupted by a downed internet connection in my apartment. When that happens, the library is there ...

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Students’ major should reflect interests

»Rachel Oakley –Guest Writer College students have lots of decisions to make when it comes to furthering their education. Which university to attend, whether to live on campus or commute, and the decision of taking out a loan or working through college are all huge choices the new student might ...

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