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Understanding breast cancer

Breast cancer ribbon

The month of October was designated as National Breast Cancer Awareness Month (NBCAM) in 1985 after the American Cancer Society paired with the pharmaceutical division of Imperial Chemical Industries. The purpose of NBCAM is to raise breast cancer awareness and to promote mammographies. According to the American Cancer Society, breast ...

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Homecoming 2016 brings out the Govs

Home is where the Govs are

The bonfire may have burned out, but there is still plenty of time for the campus community to get involved in Homecoming 2016. Activities will continue from Wednesday, Oct. 19, through Saturday, Oct. 22. Homecoming week is held as a celebration of school spirit and a show of support for ...

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SGA introduces 5 new pieces of legislation

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The Student Government Association introduced five different pieces of legislation during their meeting on Wednesday, Oct. 12. Former Sen. Jay Alvarez introduced Resolution No. 2 that calls for the creation of sleeping pods on campus. Sleeping pods are special chairs designed specifically for sleeping. Alvarez said APSU would be ideal ...

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15 campus trees to be entered in Big Tree Contest

Big Tree Contest

APSU will be entering 15 of the trees around campus into this year’s Big Tree Contest held by the Clarksville Tree Board. There will be a winner declared for each species of tree entered, and first-place trees will be awarded a Certificate from the City Forester. Assistant Director of Landscape and Grounds ...

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Zone 3 literary magazine celebrates 30 years

Zone 3 30 year anniversary reading

In a quiet room in the Morgan University Center, students, faculty and staff gathered to listen to carefully placed words in poems and fiction and non-fiction essays by three of “Zone 3’s” award-winning editors: Amy Wright, Barry Kitterman and Andrea Spofford. Founded in 1986 by APSU professors David Till and ...

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