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Senate candidate, former Gov. Phil Bredesen visits APSU

Students were pleasantly surprised when Tennessee’s Democratic Senate candidate and former Gov. Phil Bredesen made a visit to APSU. The College Democrats sponsored a meet and greet with Bredesen which occurred in MUC 305 on Tuesday, Oct. 23. Bredesen’s appearance follows his year-long campaign from his Dec. 6, 2017 announcement ...

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A brief guide for those inclined to vote

The midterm elections are just around the corner and they are shaping up to be one of the most divisive votes in recent memory. With the Senate hanging in the balance, here is everything you need to know for the vote on Nov. 6. The elections of 2016 gave the ...

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New Korean Language Program

APSU’s Asian Studies program created Korean language courses in addition to the flourishing Japanese program. Students now can take elementary and intermediate courses in Korean on the ground at APSU. Previously, students who wanted to study Korean could only do so by traveling abroad. With the new addition of the ...

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SGA Meeting of Oct. 3

SGA creates mock government-style environment On Oct. 3, exactly on the strike of 5 p.m., SGA Vice President Trenton Delane began the weekly SGA meeting. The SGA opened the floor during the first ten minutes of the meeting for visiting students who wished to be heard on matters of their ...

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Weather Authority University Hosted at APSU

WKRN News 2 Weather Authority Visits Campus On Wednesday, Oct. 3, APSU hosted WKRN News Channel 2’s University Weather Authority program in the MUC ballroom. Channel 2’s University Weather Authority program reaches viewers throughout their viewing area and is headed by chief meteorologist Danielle Breezy and morning meteorologist Jared Plushnick. ...

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Dangers of Unlocked Vehicles

CAMPUS THEFT In the span of three days, from Sept. 21 to Sept. 24, a total of 17 vehicles were broken in and stolen from. Most of the robberies occurred in the apartments near Dunbar Cave Road and Fairview Lane area. Although the crimes did not take place on campus, ...

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