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Lauren Cottle

Lauren Cottle is a senior English major and history minor at APSU. She is currently the Perspectives Editor at The All State. She is also involved in PELP, the Laurel Wreath Society and Phi Alpha Theta.

Remembering John Moseley

» By Lauren Cottle News Editor John Moseley, APSU professor for 18 years, died Sunday, Feb. 9, at Gateway Medical Center. He was involved in the communications department at APSU, including audio and video production. “He brightened the room,” said Carrie Daniels, APSU’s women’s basketball head coach. “He did so ...

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SGA to nominate faculty and students

» By Lauren Cottle News Editor Loretta Griffey, representing the APSU Quality Enhancement Plan, spoke to the SGA on Wednesday, Feb. 5, about the main goals of the QEP. Griffey encouraged SGA senators to read more about the program in the official 100-page document on their website. Griffey has been ...

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The Quality Enhancement Plan aims for student engagement

» By Lauren Cottle News Editor The Quality Enhancement Plan is currently advertised with signs in different areas around campus and in regular emails to students as part of a blitz Public Relations effort to promote student knowledge of the program that has already begun to affect APSU. Loretta Griffey ...

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New tutoring services available

By David Harris Staff Writer Last month, the Academic Support Center introduced Student Tracking and Retention System and community tutoring. STARS is a software package obtained by a grant APSU received. The system was suggested by former Provost, Tristan Denley. The new system is available on OneStop to students, faculty ...

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Theft ‘biggest’ security threat for APSU students

By Phillip Swanson Staff Writer On Tuesday, Jan. 21, at Purdue University, a 21 year old student was shot and killed in a classroom. On Friday, Jan. 24, a 20-year-old student was shot and killed at South Carolina State University. On Tuesday, Jan. 28, a man was shot on Tennessee ...

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Concerns at Winter Olympics

 By Phillip Swanson Staff Writer This year’s Winter Olympics at Sochi in Krasnodar Krai, Russia, have raised concerns about the city’s last-minute construction, privacy, security and safety. Continuing Construction: Journalists in Sochi have taken photos that illustrate how the city was still unprepared for the Olympics two days before the ...

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