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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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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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APSU nursing students win awards at program

16 nursing students from APSU participated in the summer internship program called Vanderbilt Experience: Student Nurse Internship Program (VESNIP) and two won top awards at the end of the program. The program presented seven awards. Two APSU students, Emily Reeve and Leanna Swaney took home awards in their category. Reeve ...

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Local hotels to house incoming students

The Office of Housing and Residence Life has contracted out the Riverview Inn and the Best Western Hotel off Exit 4 to serve as overflow housing for incoming students. Students will pay $3300 each semester they live at the hotels as they wait to transfer to on-campus housing. The need to ...

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APSU holds topping out ceremony for new art building

PATRICK ROACH APSU held a topping out ceremony at 9 a.m. June 27 for the new 50,000 square foot fine arts building. The local community was invited to sign their names onto a white steel beam with black markers before it was put into place to finalize the frame of ...

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Latest News on the TN Primary

8:30 p.m. Preliminary exit poll results show Democrat Hillary Clinton did especially well among older voters and blacks in Tennessee’s presidential primaries, while Republican Donald Trump was the choice of voters favoring a non-establishment candidate. Both candidates enjoyed large margins in Tennessee on Tuesday. Exit polls conducted by Edison Research ...

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