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Then and now: End-of-year advice from freshman

The All State featured two APSU freshmen, Averie Minadeo and Daniel Kelley, at the beginning of their first semester in fall 2014 in order to track changes and progress throughout their first academic year. The All State has caught up with Minadeo, but received no response from Kelley. Minadeo’s responses ...

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Significant wage gaps exist among academic departments

The Tennessee Board of Regents reports the highest paid educator at APSU is President Alisa White, who makes $252,409, followed by Head Basketball Coach Dave Loos, who makes $208,603 annually. Assistant Professor of Allied Health Shelley Latchen and Assistant Professor of Teaching and Learning Vicky Smith make the lowest teaching ...

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Play review: ‘Ghosts’ haunts Trahern stage

I recently had the privilege of attending the Friday night performance of “Ghosts,” which was performed in the Trahern building from Wednesday, April 15, to Sunday, April 19. The first thing I noticed was the slanted stage. It was like the house was sliding down a hill, and I couldn’t ...

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LGBT pastor talks acceptance, being defrocked for sexuality

Megan Hodge is the pastor of the local nondenominational Whosoever Church, a former Army chaplain and a member of the LGBT community who was defrocked because of her sexual orientation. Hodge had served as an Army chaplain for almost 12 years when she was stripped of her credentials. Hodge became ...

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Shower of Stoles event honors priests demoted because of sexual orientation

The touring Shower of Stoles exhibit will be coming to APSU on Wednesday, April 22 and will be on display in MUC room 306 from 12 to 7 p.m. Shower of Stoles is an exhibit created in 1995 by Martha Juillerat, a former Presbyterian minister. Juillerat served in a congregation ...

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Blood Drive saves potential 180 lives

The Student Nursing Association, the Zeta Tau chapter of Kappa Alpha Order and the American Red Cross saved a potential 180 lives with the Delete Blood Cancer blood drive on Wednesday, April 8, and Thursday, April 9, in the Foy Fitness Center from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. According to ...

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