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Understanding Trump’s Tariffs and Their Possible Impact on You 

From washing machines to printer ink, President Trump’s expansive tariffs could affect the daily lives of citizens, including the students and faculty of APSU and the Clarksville community as a whole. Trump has been waging multiple trade wars with both America’s adversaries and some of the country’s oldest allies. One such ...

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Welcome Week: the Good and the Bad

A new school year began and with it came APEX and Welcome Week. Welcome Week included a wide range of events such as The Taking Care of Business Campus Resource Fair, The Rock the Quad Ice Cream Social, The Freshman Service Project and The SLE Monocle Madness Carnival including a ...

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Thousands more apply for free-tuition program than expected

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Officials say a new program allowing adults to attend community college or technical schools tuition-free in Tennessee has received thousands more applications than anticipated. The Tennessean reported Monday that Tennessee Reconnect is in its first year and roughly 31,000 adults have applied. State Higher Education Commission ...

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Soldier killed in Iraq helicopter crash was with 160th at Fort Campbell

WASHINGTON – (CLARKSVILLENOW) – The Department of Defense announced today the death of a soldier who was supporting Operation Inherent Resolve. Chief Warrant Officer 3 Taylor J. Galvin, 34, from Spokane, Washington, died Aug. 20, 2018, in Baghdad, Iraq, as a result of injuries sustained when his helicopter crashed in Sinjar, ...

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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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Tennessee lawmakers punish Memphis for removing statues

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — The Republican-dominated House in Tennessee voted Tuesday to punish the city of Memphis for removing Confederate monuments by taking $250,000 away from the city that would have been used for a bicentennial celebration next year. The retaliation came in the form of passage of a last-minute ...

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