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New Sustainability Coordinator

APSU has a new Sustainability Coordinator, Haley Randell. While working towards overall sustainability on campus, one important part of Randell’s job description is being on the Sustainable Campus Fee Committee. This committee is an official Standing Committee of the university administration formed in 2008 when the students committed to a $10 ...

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Candidates for Dean of the College of Arts and Letters

The hunt is on.   The search for a new Dean of the College of Arts & Letters has been narrowed down to four candidates: Caterina Bristol, Richard Kravchak, Jeffrey Oxford and Barry Jones, M.F.A.; Interim Dean of the College of Arts & Letters, APSU.   The College of Arts & Letters ...

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Stephen Dominy says goodbye

After five years of service, Stephen Dominy, Coordinator of Fraternity and Sorority Affairs, is moving on.  Dominy announced publicly via an Instagram post that he is taking his skills to Texas Christian University to serve as the Associate Director of Fraternity and Sorority Life.  In his post, he discusses how he heard ...

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S.O.S. Food Pantry receives more visitors and fewer donations

College students are struggling with food insecurity and at APSU it is getting worse.  According to a report last month from the Government Accountability Office, in reviewing 31 studies on the subject, most concluded that over a third of college students do not have enough to eat.  Additionally, out of ...

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Governor Bill Lee’s key to life success

Many Govs got the chance to meet Tennessee’s newly sworn-in Governor, Bill Lee, at the Governor’s Luncheon.  President White was invited to attend the Governor’s Luncheon during the Tennessee Press Association Conference. President White also invited members of The All State to attend as well and represent APSU.   The luncheon ...

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Ashford Place Apartment fire leaves students homeless

Josh Brown, an APSU senior, was at his fiancee’s house watching their dog when he received the call.   Brown’s roommate Bryan Hawkins, APSU alumni and member of Kappa Alpha Order, asked him if he was at their apartment. It was around 1:50 p.m., according to Brown. He was not, his roommate ...

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