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APSU teams up with VA to provide military students counseling

APSU is currently taking steps toward providing military veterans with rehabilitation counseling this month, according to an APSU press release. Rehabilitation counseling is designed to help those with not just mental health issues, but also for those who want to achieve their personal life and career goals. “I think that ...

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Remains of MIA special forces soldier identified

BRETT BARROUQUERE Associated Press   Lisa Szymanski spent years sleeping with a photo of her father under a pillow, hoping he would return home. Finally, Szymanski’s mother ended the practice — and her father never came home. Now, Szymanski and her brother know what happened to Staff Sgt. Lawrence Woods ...

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Letter to the Editor

We of Students for a Democratic Society are glad to see the APSU College Democrats breaking with the Democratic Party to oppose U.S. attacks on countless innocent people after the invasion of Iraq and Afghanistan, the bombing of Libya, and Obama strikes in Pakistan, and Yemen. We’re glad that they ...

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Dance It Off @ APSU

— Katelyn Clark Features Editor   Ninety-eight students, faculty and staff entered the Foy Center’s gym last Wednesday ready to get a good workout. Instead, they got so much more. Dance It Off is a “high intensity cardio class with intervals, two or three minutes of fast pace then average ...

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Film Review: “Salinger”

JOCELYN NOVECK AP National Writer   “Reclusive.” Is that an adjective, or is it actually part of J.D. Salinger’s name? The word has been used so often to describe the famous writer, one could be forgiven for thinking it appears on his birth certificate. But there’s obviously much more to ...

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Obama touts world’s economic progress at G-20 summit conference

JOSH LEDERMAN Associated Press   ST. PETERSBURG, Russia— Touting economic progress at the Group of 20 summit, President Barack Obama said the nation’s economic powers no longer face the threat of a financial meltdown and can turn their attention to issues of tax evasion, job creation and climate change. “For ...

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