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Paying off your student loans

  “The borrower is a servant to its lender” – Dave Ramsey   Today a lot of college students take out loans to pay for their college, but for most it is hard to pay them off afterwards. According to the U.S. student loans statistics, Americans owe nearly $1.3 trillion ...

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Sigma Gamma Rho hosts annual Stroll-Off

It was a hot and muggy Wednesday night on APSU’s University Center Plaza, but that did not stop the Greek community from descending upon it, as the National Pan-Hellenic Council hosted the annual Stroll-Off competition that night. Multiple NPHC fraternities and sororities participated in the event, including Omega Psi Phi ...

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Students present films to Dickson County

Eight APSU communication students’ film projects are displayed at the 2016 Tennessee Communication Association (TCA) Student Film Showcase conference in Dickson, Tennessee on Friday, Sept. 9. The TCA conference is specifically for students at Tennessee colleges, and they receive more than three hours of submissions and allot two hours to ...

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Govs show improvement in season opener

Despite losing to Troy University 57-17, APSU has a lot to look forward to in the remainder of the season. APSU earned their highest score against a Football Bowl Subdivision team since scoring 33 points against Middle Tennessee State University in 2010. Another takeaway from the game is junior James ...

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Changing majors, transferring schools common among APSU students

Students are encouraged to get involved on campus as soon as they arrive, whether by joining student organizations, seeking a new family through Greek life or joining an intramural sports team. Even more critical aspects college students explore are attending the right school and choosing the right career paths. Choosing a ...

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Center for Service-Learning chickens attacked

APSU’s Center for Service-Learning and Community Engagement (CSLCE), which houses the S.O.S. Food Pantry, has lost two chickens to a suspected dog attack. The chickens, named Mini and Mae, did not survive the attack. A third chicken, Nancy, did survive and was taken to a veterinarian’s office in Joelton for ...

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