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Diversity, Inclusion, and Discussions, All Under One Roof

Diversity, inclusion and the ability to converse with others freely is something APSU promotes amongst its students. The Wilbur N. Daniel African American Cultural Center (WNDAACC) personifies these characteristics and makes lasting impacts and impressions on campus. The director of the WNDAACC Dr. Marcelius Braxton described the atmosphere as such. ...

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A New Lieutenant Colonel is in Town

Lieutenant Colonel Eric Westphal is the newest face of APSU’s Army ROTC Program. LTC. Westphal comes to APSU after holding various other positions through the Army across the United States and the world. LTC. Westphal said, “I am a product of ROTC.” “I went there (Northern Arizona University) for sports. ...

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Real news, or “fake news” of the day

Transparency and ethical journalism in today’s times In a world chock-full of news articles, breaking news, and politicians, how does one find a reliable news source? The public is oftentimes left wondering who they can trust for reliable and unbiased news. Civilians are left to gather all of the pieces ...

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Chi Omega Makes a Wish

On Thursday, April 19, 2018, APSU’s Chi Omega Fraternity held their Chi O Cookout and Concert to benefit the Make-A-Wish Foundation of Middle Tennessee with a concert by Jon Langston. Chi Omega raised $30,106 for the Make-A-Wish Foundation of Middle Tennessee. According to Chi Omega President, Leslie Cherry, Public Relations, ...

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Summer Class Aid Just Got Easier

  Students wishing to get ahead or catch up on their credits are taking summer courses here at APSU. Students are taking the initiative to get ahead of their timelines for graduation while some are playing catch up and taking classes to remain on track. Summer classes were made available ...

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Melons, Blood Transfusions, and Bone Marrow Oh My!

APSU’s Love Your Melon campus crew hosted a Swab Drive to engage APSU students and encourage them to join the registry to help potentially save lives on Wednesday, March 28, 2018 in the Morgan University Center lobby in front of Einstein Bro’s Bagels. Students must meet the health requirements to ...

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