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Adults can take APSU’s new community coding classes for free

Contributed by: APSU Public Relations   CLARKSVILLE, Tenn. – For the last couple of years, people keep calling the Austin Peay State University Department of Computer Science and Information Technology and asking the same question – what about community coding classes for adults? Since 2017, the department has offered several ...

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SGA Weekly Meeting Details

The Student Government Association gathered for a meeting Wednesday, Sept. 26 in the MUC 307 at 6 p.m. Vice President Trenton Delane opened the meeting asking for statements from students who would like to voice their concerns. Two students proposed their concerns of discrimination on campus to be investigated and ...

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It’s a Bird! It’s a Plane! It’s a Black Hawk!

On Friday, two unusual birds landed on campus. These unusual birds were Black Hawk helicopters. APSU’s ROTC program held its cold training to teach cadets how to properly load and unload Black Hawk helicopters. Army National Guard personnel flew the Black Hawks into the Dunn Bowl at 10 A.M. on ...

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Safety on Campus: A Conversation with Campus Police

On Sept. 10, 2018 at 12:50 a.m., an individual reported a robbery. Although the notification first said to have taken place near the soccer field, it was later revealed to have occurred in the McCord parking lot off College Street. According to campus Police Chief, Michael J. Kasitz, the confusion ...

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Michelle Obama portrait artist, Amy Sherald, to speak at Austin Peay

Contributed by: APSU Public Relations and Marketing CLARKSVILLE, Tenn. – The Department of Art + Design, with support from The Center of Excellence for the Creative Arts, is pleased to welcome internationally known artist, Amy Sherald, to Austin Peay State University. Known for her stylized portraits of African-Americans, in 2016, Sherald was ...

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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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