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Horror in a bear suit: Third ‘Five Nights at Freddy’s’

The first-person independent point-and-click horror game by Scott Cawthon “Five Night’s at Freddy’s” released its third game in the franchise on Monday, March 2. This is assumed to be the last game in the series, since upon completing the fifth night in the game, players are taken through a mini-game ...

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APSU professor cleared of domestic assault charge

Professor in the college of Education, Thomas Buttery has been cleared of the single charge of domestic assault from Friday, Jan. 23. Buttery was originally arrested Friday, Jan. 23, by Clarksville Police Officer Thomas Biele. He was cleared of the charges during his trial on Tuesday, Feb. 24. Buttery was refunded his ...

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President White can school you

APSU President Alisa White takes time out of her Tuesday mornings to teach a section of Leadership Development to students in the President’s Emerging Leader’s Program. Being part of the President’s Emerging Leader’s Program is a prestigious accomplishment for many students. This is made more evident since White is a ...

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APSU hosts first Govs Connection Internship and Networking Fair

>>By Amber McWhorter, Guest Writer APSU hosted the first Govs Connection Internship and Networking Fair on Wednesday Feb. 25, from 1 to 4 p.m. in the MUC Ballroom. It was coordinated by the APSU Alumni Affairs and Career Services and partially funded through the university’s E^3 Initiative. Many students were excited about ...

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‘Le Passé’ begins Francophone Film Festival

“Le Passé” (The Past) is an Iranian film that was recently showcased as part of the 2015 Francophone Film Festival at APSU. Christophe Konkobo, a French professor along with his colleage Karen Sorenson, brought the festival to APSU. The hope for the festival is to “internationalize or globalize the campus,” ...

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