Clarksville mom sentenced in baby’s drowning death

CLARKSVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — A Clarksville woman has been sentenced to 15 years in prison in the death of her 8-month-old daughter, who drowned in a bathtub after being left alone. The Leaf-Chronicle reports (http://leafne.ws/1IDQUeV) Judge John Gasaway sentenced Nicole Pamblanco to the minimum time allowed under state law for her convictions on charges of […]

Bonnaroo says goodbye with Caribou and Billy Joel

The final day of Bonnaroo is somber and bittersweet for many. The previous four days have been filled with music, memories and one of the most positive atmospheres available, but at the expense of an extended stay away from family, friends and air conditioning. So for many the end of Bonnaroo is a welcome reprieve from […]

APSU waves goodbye to legend Bubba Wells

Recently, APSU men’s basketball assistant coach Bubba Wells made the decision to take his talents to Ohio Valley Conference component Southern Illinois University of Edwardsville as an assistant coach. In addition to Wells being the men’s assistant coach for the past 10 seasons, he also set the bar high while playing basketball for APSU. He […]

Take Back the Night protests sexual violence

A band of activists took to campus to protest sexual assault, chanting and writing chalk messages in the quad to spread their message on Thursday, April 23, from 5 to 9 p.m. Members of the Feminist Majority Leadership Alliance held the protest to join an international event called Take Back the Night, which is held […]

CECA Showcase exhibits student creativity

The Center of Excellence for the Creative Arts held their first student showcase entitled “Still in Motion” on Thursday, April 23, where students from various departments displayed their creations. Held on the third floor of the MUC, the showcase contained a selection of pieces chosen from multiple entries by a board. Amy Duncan, an intern […]