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IOC: Russians can compete at Olympics, but without flag

LAUSANNE, Switzerland (AP) — Russian athletes will be allowed to stand on the medal podium at the Winter Olympics — just not with their anthem playing or their nation’s flag rising above them. The International Olympic Committee barred Russia and its sports leaders from the upcoming games in South Korea ...

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Update: No suspect found after unconfirmed reports of man with handgun

APSU has reported that no suspect has been found after receiving a report of a man with a handgun. Campus police and members of the Clarksville Police Department escorted people out of Harned Hall and asked for people to avoid the area. The campus was not officially on lockdown, however, many ...

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Campus Safety Alert: Unspecified Threats Electronically to the University

Campus Safety Alert

FROM CAMPUS POLICE The University has received vague, unspecified threats through electronic mediums by an unknown individual. Campus Police and other law enforcement agencies are currently investigating these threats. While we do not have reason to believe the threats are valid, we are notifying campus as a safety precaution. Please ...

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APSU Spirit Rock vandalized

At around 3:00 a.m. this morning the APSU Spirit Rock was found vandalized with the words, “F—k KA” written along the side. In the photo to the right, members of Alpha Gamma Rho Fraternity worked to cover the profanity. Assistant Executive Director for Advancement and Editor of The Kappa Alpha Journal, Jesse ...

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APSU Parking prepares for potential flash flood

The National Weather Service has called for 6-8 inches of rain in the Clarksville area due to the after effects of Hurricane Harvey and APSU has already braced for the impact. They have issued a Flash Flood Warning for the following counties: Robertson County, TN Cheatham County, TN Dickson County, ...

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Candlelight vigil held in Clarksville for Charlottesville victims

Over 50 people came together at McGregor Park in Clarksville, Tennessee for a candlelight vigil organized by the group Clarksville Indivisible to stand against racism and hate after a violent clash between white supremacist and counter protesters at a rally in Charlottesville, Virginia. The rally left one person dead and ...

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