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Discovering Clarksville’s ‘forgotten’ artists

» By CONOR SCRUTON – cscruton@my.apsu.edu I decided to travel slightly off the beaten path for this week’s column. Taking an All State coworker’s recommendation, I headed to No Egrets Tattoo Studios Saturday, Jan. 28, for a free art show. No Egrets is a tattoo shop many students are familiar ...

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Greek councils gather food for S.O.S. Pantry

» By CONOR SCRUTON – cscruton@my.apsu.edu Across the nation, one would be hard pressed to find a college student that practices proper nutrition. APSU, though, has recently begun a campus-wide fight to feed its students in need. The Interfraternity and Panhellenic Councils of APSU are sponsoring a joint food drive ...

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APSU to take part in career fairs

» By ANTHONY IRIZARRY – airizarry1@my.apsu.edu In today’s current economic winter, it is a nationwide challenge for people of all demographics to acquire employment. A widening income gap, the surging struggle to make ends meet and the mismanagement of funds have resulted in growing tensions around our country. Consequently, the ...

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Taking the plunge

» By BRIAN BIGELOW – bbigelow@my.apsu.edu Ever wanted to jump into a pool of near freezing water with 200 other people for a good cause? Then maybe you were at the Polar Plunge. The brainchild of Kelly Kler, a former APSU graduate assistant, the Polar Plunge has become a campus ...

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‘A blend of trends’ Alumna Kaley Drew runs The Couture Crush in historic downtown Clarksville

» By CONOR SCRUTON -cscruton@my.apsu.edu While many college students set their sights on graduate school or a workplace, alumna Kaley Drew took a slightly different route, opting to start her own business instead. The Couture Crush is a clothing boutique located on the second floor of 109 Franklin St. in ...

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Service-learning involvement, options expand on campus

» By CHRIS COPPEDGE- ccoppedge@my.apsu.edu For Elizabeth Kurtz, APSU’s Americorps Vista representative, the issue of service-learning on the APSU campus is a deeply important one. “This conference is a huge step in terms of exposing our faculty to the service-learning already in place at other Tennessee Board of Regents and ...

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