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The Hispanic Cultural Center presents cultural events and programs

» By KIMBERLY WALLACE – kwallace17@my.apsu.edu It was a chilly and dreary morning, but that didn’t stop the celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month. There was plenty of music and entertainment to warm up anyone’s cold soul. The members of the Hispanic Cultural Center put on their annual Hispanic Heritage Month ...

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Two alternative fall break trips offered by the Student Life and Leadership

» By TRENT SINGER – tsinger@my.apsu.edu Although many APSU students have made plans for fall break, the Student Life and Leadership has made some fulfilling opportunities available for a very affordable price. For only $70, students can spend their fall break in St. Louis or Knoxville doing community service and ...

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Distance Education expands frontier

» By RAVEN JACKSON – rjackson@my.apsu.edu APSU’s Center for Extended and Distance Education is used by many students and community members to attain valuable skills relevant to their careers. Students can also complete courses and obtain degrees online. Through the extended classes offered, people in the community can achieve a ...

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Vidappe helps students find major discounts

» By SHAY GORDON – cgordon@my.apsu.edu With many college students surviving on a Ramen noodle budget, saving money is a high priority and sometimes a necessity. Fortunately, APSU students have the opportunity to save on everyday purchases at participating locations in Clarksville when they present their student I.D. card upon ...

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Human Papillomavirus,Reasons to be concerned

» By ANTHONY IRIZARRY – airizarry1@my.apsu.edu I sat in the middle of a room in the APSU clinic with three women as they waited for me to begin my interview. The three women—Kristy Reed, nurse practitioner, Ashley Young, graduate assistant and Jill deGraauw, family nurse practitioner—all worked at the clinic. ...

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