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APSU accepts CIT bid, hosts opening game March 15

According to letsgopeay.com, APSU Men’s Basketball has accepted a bid to the collegeinsider.com’s postseason basketball tournament. The Govs will host the first-round game at 7 p.m., March 15 in the Dunn Center against an opponent that is to be determined. The game provides one more home game to graduating seniors, ...

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College Republicans hosts U.S. Senator candidate Rolando Toyos

APSU College Republicans had U.S. Senator candidate, Rolando Toyos speak to the organization on Thursday, Feb. 15 at 5 p.m. Toyos spoke about his platform and on ideas to help fix the economy like immigration and health care. One issue that he addressed is health care and his plan to ...

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Year-round Pell Grant to be available to students

Many students rely on the Pell Grant for financial aid. Starting this summer, students will be able to access additional funds. “It’s something that the department of education passed, it’s really called Year-Round Pell,” Donna Price, director of the office of financial aid, said. Year-Round Pell allows Pell Grant recipients ...

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College of Education, Diversity Task Force host 7th annual Multicultural Food Feast

VICTORIA BOLKCOM | STAFF WRITER On Monday, Feb 19, the Martha Dickerson Eriksson College of Education, Special Education faculty and staff, and the College Diversity Task Force put on the 7th Annual Multicultural Food Fest. The Multicultural Food Fest is directed by Moniqueka Gold of the College of Education. It ...

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SGA goes another week without legislation

For the fourth official meeting this semester, SGA has not presented any original legislation for campus. The organization has voted to increase student fees by $23 to assist the Foy Fitness Center and Ard Health and Counseling Services. They also nominated Kenneth Cervelli for the Most Distinguished Faculty Award. At ...

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Google breaks ground in Tennessee, offering jobs, school partnerships

Google has broken ground on a $600 million data center in Tennessee that will bring 70 to 100 high-tech jobs. Google officials on Friday announced new and expanding data centers and offices in 14 states, including the Clarksville, Tennessee, center. Sen. Bob Corker’s office says the facility will be Google’s ...

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