APSU hosts first Govs Connection Internship and Networking Fair

>>By Amber McWhorter, Guest Writer APSU hosted the first Govs Connection Internship and Networking Fair on Wednesday Feb. 25, from 1 to 4 p.m. in the MUC Ballroom. It was coordinated by the APSU Alumni Affairs and Career Services and partially funded through the university’s E^3 Initiative. Many students were excited about networking with future employers in […]

Weather update: Roadways hazardous, impassable in some places

Police Lt. Steve Warren said there were a total of 56 traffic accidents inside Montgomery county between 5 p.m. Wednesday, March 4, and 5 a.m. Thursday, March 5, with 37 of the crashes being inside the city limits and 19 on county roads. Few of the reported crashes involved injury. Warren said the roads are […]

‘Le Passé’ begins Francophone Film Festival

“Le Passé” (The Past) is an Iranian film that was recently showcased as part of the 2015 Francophone Film Festival at APSU. Christophe Konkobo, a French professor along with his colleage Karen Sorenson, brought the festival to APSU. The hope for the festival is to “internationalize or globalize the campus,” according to Sorenson. The 2015 […]

Student Life and Engagement welcomes two newcomers

Student Life and Engagement recently had two newcomers to their department, Ty Jesinoski and Josh Gianitsis, who now serve as coordinator of Programs and Special Events and coordinator for Leadership and Student Organizations, respectively. Jesinoski began working for APSU June 2014 immediately after he received his Master’s degree in Leadership in Student Affairs at the […]

APSU names Rex Gandy as new provost

President Alisa White announced Tuesday, Feb. 24 that Rex Gandy would serve as APSU’s new Provost effective June 1, 2015. The provost is responsible for all things academic, and in the event that the president is unavailable, the provost is required to fill in as the acting president. Gandy was selected from a pool of […]

In review: “Moving Stories,” 9th Annual Spring Dance Concert

Having two younger sisters meant I was always going to dance recitals in some capacity when I was younger, so I am not entirely foreign to watching people dance onstage. However, The Ninth Annual Spring Dance Concert “Moving Stories” presented an opportunity to watch every performance with an equal level of objectivity, rather than only […]