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Coca-Cola comes to APSU in July

For 15 years, APSU has remained under contract with Pepsi Bottling Group, but that will change this summer because of a new exclusive agreement with Coca-Cola Company. “We feel it was time for a change, and this is another positive move for the campus,” Tammy Silva, manager of APSU’s Department of ...

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Pharos helps save trees, water, energy

Big Tree Contest

Since the Pharos Print management system was implemented on campus May 31, APSU’s contribution to sustainability has shown marked improvement. Outgoing SGA President Ryan Honea and Director of Academic Support Martin Golson calculated the effort’s impact on the environment based on the cases of paper the university has purchased compared ...

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Let’s hear it for the girl: 7th annual Young Women’s Leadership Symposium

MAHALIA SMITH | CONTRIBUTING WRITER Dozens of women and a handful of men attended the seventh Annual Young Women’s Leadership Symposium on Friday, April 21. The event began at 8:30 a.m. with speeches from President Alisa White and General Counsel Dannelle Whiteside. “How many of you,” Whiteside said, “when you ...

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Plant the Campus Red

Many Clarksville natives remember the tornado outbreak in January 1999, which left countless shattered houses and torn trees in its wake. This included much of the plant life that decorated APSU’s grounds. As part of the campus repair efforts, APSU staff and students set out to grow new trees and ...

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