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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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APSU Receives award for Best Production from the Miss Tennessee Organization

As the year unfolds, an award for ASPU arrives thanks to the members of Sigma Phi Epsilon. APSU won the Best Production award from the Miss Tennessee organization. As a result of the collaborative efforts of the professional and student staff in the Music and Mass Communication building, the members ...

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Sustainability Committee discusses $63K bike rack

The Sustainable Campus Fee Committee has put nearly $63,000 towards a bike sharing system. The rack, which will include 10 bikes, will be part of the city-wide bike share. The committee, which is responsible for sustainability projects such as the solar panels in the UC Plaza and the two-way flush ...

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Ram truck Super bowl ad using MLK speech draws backlash

By MAE ANDERSON, Associated Press NEW YORK (AP) — A Ram truck ad that used a speech by Martin Luther King, Jr., is drawing a backlash. The ad, shown below, people doing service-oriented tasks set against audio of King’s speech, which urges people to be “great” by serving the greater good ...

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Cohen introduces House resolution honoring workers strike

MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) — U.S. Rep. Steve Cohen has introduced a resolution recognizing the 50th anniversary of the sanitation workers strike that brought civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr. to Memphis, Tennessee. Cohen, a Democrat from Memphis, said in a statement Tuesday that the resolution’s co-sponsors include the bipartisan ...

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