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College of Business hosts ‘Operation: Stuffed Sidekicks’

By ALEXANDRA WHITE | Staff Writer Do you find yourself constantly looking for a place to hide away those old stuffed animals of yours? We all have those few remaining stuffed animals from our childhood we have held onto all these years — maybe in an effort to keep part ...

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Clarksville’s annual St. Patrick’s Day Pub Crawl will take place on Saturday, March 19, at 7 p.m. Participants will be “crawling” Strawberry Alley and armbands will be available at the Crawl. Armbands are for people drinking in the street and in bars. Bars participating in the Crawl are The Front ...

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Student artists will present work in spring exhibits

By RAVEN JACKSON | Staff Writer The spring semester marks a significant milestone for many students at APSU. For some, the milestone is walking across the stage at graduation in a few months, for others it may be completing their first year of college. But for 16 senior students majoring ...

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Charity Pancake eating contest

By ANTHONY IRIZARRY | Assistant Features Editor The smell of pancakes wafted through the air of the main dining area of G’s Pancake House on Saturday, Feb. 26. In the middle of the room, two men struggled to scarf down dishes full of gargantuan pancakes. The crowd clamored emphatically, egging ...

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Students gear up for Spring Break next week

By ALEXANDRA WHITE | Staff Writer With all the snow days that have recently hit the APSU campus, it is strange to think Spring Break is already upon us. Many students, faculty and staff are more than ready for the needed break and have plans to travel to someplace warm ...

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BCM takes mission trip to Mexico during Spring Break

By KASANDRA LAND | Guest Writer Twenty students and one leader are using their Spring Break to follow their dreams of being missionaries in another country. Rachel Smedley, a member of the Baptist Collegiate Ministries plans to go on the mission trip, has “a calling for working with people.” The ...

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