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Foy introduces 20-20-20 fitness program

By ANTHONY IRIZARRY | Assistant Features Editor On the second floor of the Foy Fitness and Recreation Center, the walls echoed with the resounding cacophony of contemporary music and the laborious steps of the exercising crowd. The room was packed with the spandex-clad campus legions of the fitness determined, each ...

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Student organization teaches ‘way of the sword’

By ANTHONY IRIZARRY | Assistant Features Editor I awoke early in the morning at a sluggish pace, my feet dragging as I moved about my room fetching my clothes and getting prepared for what would be an interesting day. My pace hastened as I walked out the door and toward ...

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Wilbur N. Daniel AACC holds ‘20 Year Anniversary Celebration’

By ALEXANDRA WHITE | Staff Writer With the new spring semester starting up at APSU, many are looking forward to what the spring semester has in store. One upcoming event on APSU’s campus is the Wilbur N. African American Cultural Center’s 20 Year Anniversary Celebration starting on Thursday, Jan. 27, ...

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Classes Canceled

All classes and activities planned at Austin Peay State University (main campus, Austin Peay Center @ Fort Campbell and Austin Peay at The Renaissance Center in Dickson) for after 4:30 p.m., Thursday, Jan. 20 are canceled due to inclement weather. However, the APSU men’s and women’s basketball games against Tennessee ...

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Late-night talk show hosts make amends

Associated Press Conan O’Brien says he got a phone call from David Letterman over the holidays. The CBS host wanted to make sure a year of late-night TV turmoil hadn’t created a rift between them. O’Brien told reporters Wednesday that he and Letterman have “always been good. I said he ...

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Rapper pleads guilty to murder after 18 years

Associated Press Rapper G. Dep is facing a murder charge after walking into a police station to confess to a long-cold case, but he isn’t regretful — he’s relieved, his lawyer says. “He had been haunted by this,” attorney Anthony L. Ricco said Thursday after the rapper pleaded not guilty ...

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