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Marching band reaches new heights

» By Tiffany Comer –tcomer@my.apsu.edu For most college students, fall means hoodies and bonfires. For band member Kacee Sanders, though, the turning of the leaves reminds her the hard work is over, and it’s now time to have fun performing at APSU football games. The Governors Own Marching Band is ...

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Conor’s campus crash course

» By Conor Scruton –cscruton@my.apsu.edu If you looked at The All State’s features section last semester, you probably remember me as the guy who drove around Clarksville every week looking for interesting things to do and new restaurants to try. While my travels tend to focus on what goes on ...

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Not planning to retire, Coozie Britton

» By Tiffany Comer email: tcomer@my.apsu.edu “Coozie Britton is the type of student that makes a professor proud and keeps a faculty member coming back to teach year after year.” These are the words that Britton’s self-proclaimed favorite professor at APSU, Shirley Hagewood, associate professor of Mathematics, had to say ...

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“Screaming Eagles” of Fort Campbell celebrate 70 years

» By Tiffany Comer –tcomer@my.apsu.edu “A soldier is a unique individual who is willing to endure personal hardship and danger for the greater good of the nation without an expectation of great accolades or fame,” said APSU’s Master Sgt. Randall Underhill. “They do this with a deep respect for our ...

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Former APSU athlete runs across America for charity

» Corey Circello –ccircello@my.apsu.edu To most people, running from coast to coast may seem like a daunting task, but for senior pre-vet major Tracee Gruskiewicz, it was something she aimed to conquer in only 96 days, which would make her the youngest woman ever to run across the country. She ...

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“Ask Me” tents guide students, break the ice for questions

» Corey Circello –ccircello@my.apsu.edu With the new freshmen and returning students walking around campus, heading to classes and meeting with friends, they have more than likely passed the red “Ask Me” tents. These tents feature helpers handing out directions, answers to questions and free water. For Theresa Everett, it is ...

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