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Run a mile in her shoes

APSU male students support and bring attention to domestic violence, through APSU's Sexual Assault Response Team by dressing in heels and running an actual miles in women's shoes. The project was put in place to demonstrate pain females go through, and to enlighten students and the community of domestic violence.

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Memphis writer publishes first novel

Harrison Scott Key publishes his first novel, "The World's Largest Man." Key's book is a memoir to his father and life in the south. For his book tour around the country, Key stopped in Clarksville, to share his novel with the students of APSU

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APSU professors talk zombies

APSU's very own history and biology professors Antonio and Amy Thompson discuss their newly published book, "But If A Zombie Apocalypse Did Occur..." The book goes into depth about the details of events that would occur if a zombie apocalypse actually took place, historically, economically and medically.

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APSU's SGA hosts annual G.H.O.S.T. trick-or-treating event for the families of Clarksville. Parents brought out their children dressed in all sorts of Halloween costumes to APSU for a safe and fun-filled night.

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