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ROTC senior cadets recognized

–tcomer@my.apsu.edu Less than 1 percent of the American population volunteers to serve in the United States Army, and of that 1 percent, local APSU student and ROTC cadet Sean Hunt, stands out by gaining the status of being the number 11 cadet in the nation in 2012. APSU’s ROTC holds ...

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Good clean fun: Mudbowl 2012

–ccircello@my.apsu.edu Mudbowl is an annual APSU tradition. It is a volleyball competition in a pit of mud up to the knees of the players. There are three different types of teams: men’s, women’s and co-ed. There are also winning and losing brackets. On Sunday, Oct. 7, the Mudbowl went from ...

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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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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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Conference focuses on campus leadership

» By Denzel Baxter –dbaxter2@my.apsu.edu Have you ever thought of joining a fraternity or sorority? On Sunday, Sept. 30, the John S. Ziegler Student Leadership Conference had its third annual event at APSU in the Clement auditorium. “It’s a new members institute for people who are trying to join a ...

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‘Valkyries’ bring rugby to Clarksville

» By Tiffany Comer –tcomer@my.apsu.edu “She who sheds her blood with me shall forever be my sister” –slogan of the Clarksville Valkyries The Valkyries started out very small, with only two or three girls participating in men’s rugby practices in Hopkinsville, Ky. starting last year. About six months ago, two ...

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