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First debate: little substance, Big Bird

–psparn@my.apsu.edu If you missed the first presidential debate last week, all you need to know is Big Bird won and lost, depending on your political views. According to many polls and political pundits, former Mass. Gov. Mitt Romney actually won the debate, but neither candidate seemed to bring anything new ...

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President Hall participates in freshman level drawing class

–lsapp@my.apsu.edu APSU President Tim Hall has more in common with students than one would think. Hall is enrolled in the art department, where he takes a three-hour drawing class. He spends two hours, three times per week, doing what Hall describes as “the challenge that helps to get your mind ...

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Sigma Phi Epsilon sells historic house

» By Chris Coppedge –ccoppedge@my.apsu.edu Sigma Phi Epsilon members at APSU should be prepared for some changes, their house on Madison and 7th Street is currently up for sale at a high price. According to Kyle Comley, Chapter President of SPE at APSU, alumni volunteer Chris Clark is handling the ...

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Speaker Moore caps off freshmen Peay Read

» By Corey Circello –ccircello@my.apsu.edu The Peay Read is an event based around a book chosen by the Peay Read Committee, which is made up of professors, staff and various members of the Clarksville community. “The Peay Read takes a full year to get set up. We, as the committee, ...

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