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CMCRTA Scholarship Opportunity for Teacher Education Students

Contributed from: Suzanne McCafferty, Chairperson, CMCRTA Scholarship Committee CMCRTA Scholarship The Clarksville-Montgomery County Retired Teachers’ Association is offering a tuition scholarship award up to $2500 for a student in the Teacher Education Program at Austin Peay State University for the fall semester of 2018. To be eligible a student must be ...

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Crime Log Feb. 1 – Mar. 30, 2019

CORRECTION VIOLATION CONTEMPT 15 Emerald Hills 3:18 p.m., Mar. 30 ARREST CRIMINAL TRESPASS 305 Castle Heights Dr. 5:01 a.m., Mar. 30 CLOSED DOMESTIC ASSAULT Castle Heights 305 Castle Heights Dr. 7:15 p.m., Mar. 27 ARREST SIMPLE POSSESSION OR CASUAL EXCHANGE 255 Marion St. 3:22 p.m., Mar. 27 CITED THEFT FROM ...

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ROTC Prepares to Travel to West Point for Sandhurst Competition

After competing at the Ranger Challenge in November, APSU’s Ranger Team has been selected to compete at the Sandhurst competition at the West Point Military Academy in April. Sandhurst is an annual event which hosts up to 48 teams both nationally and internationally. “Of these 48 teams, 14 of them ...

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AP: GOP Sen. Alexander of Tennessee not seeking 2020 re-election

Jonathan Mattise ASSOCIATED PRESS    Republican U.S. Sen. Lamar Alexander of Tennessee announced Monday that he won’t seek re-election in 2020, giving the red state its second open Senate contest in two years. Alexander said in a news release that he was deeply grateful for being elected to more combined ...

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Semester recap: big events from fall

Throughout the semester, APSU saw the impacts that new students can have on campus as students saw record-breaking enrollment numbers. “We’ve also seen several records broken with our enrollment- record all-time enrollment, record freshman class, record graduate student and international student enrollments. However, I think the most significant academic achievement ...

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SGA helps increase voter registration

Campus Community was allotted the first ten minutes of the meeting. No students were present, so no student concerns were voiced at APSU Student Government Association’s meeting on Wednesday, Nov. 18, 2018. The meeting introduction was completed by Vice President Trenton Delane. Roll Call was held by Executive Secretary Hailee ...

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