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Harlem Shake, APSU style

»Danielle Hunter Staff Writer The current Internet trend called “Harlem Shake” recently took over the APSU UC Plaza this past Friday, Feb. 22. At noon, the plaza was crowded with students and even some faculty and staff, either watching or wanting to participate in the APSU rendition of the Harlem ...

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Kappa Sigma charter revoked

>>Danielle Hunter Staff Writer The charter for APSU’s Kappa Sigma chapter was revoked by the national organization and the fraternity has been removed from campus. Kappa Sigma has been a part of APSU since 1985. The decision to revoke the fraternity’s charter was not a result of any certain action ...

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Additional funding approved for Governers Stadium

Despite needing additional funding, renovations for the Governors football stadium at APSU are still on track to start in the fall of 2013. The state Building Commission approved an increase in funding of $900,000 for renovations to the Governors Stadium on Thursday, Feb. 14, according to an APSU news release. ...

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Textbook rentals save thousands for students in spring semester

»Chaseton Donahoe Staff Writer Many college students could reasonably assess their financial situation as “broke,” so they are always looking for ways to save money. The Ann Ross Bookstore has helped out in a crucial way in the past, and it is helping out even more with textbook rentals, which ...

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New members inducted into APSU Athletics Hall of Fame

»Philip Sparn News Editor Three new members were inducted into the APSU Athletics Hall of Fame on Saturday, Feb. 9 at the 36th annual induction. Baseball coach Gary McClure, APSU team physician Dr. W. Cooper Beazley and former basketball player Andrew Lorentzson were honored for their contributions to APSU athletics. ...

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Dancing for miracles

»Philip Sparn and Charles McCrary Students and members of the APSU community danced the night away in APSU’s second annual dance marathon to raise money for the Children’s Miracle Network on Friday, Feb. 8. This year’s dance marathon raised $8,105.05, surpassing last year’s $5000. One-hundred percent of the proceeds will ...

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