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Trial set for pair charged with killing soldier

Associated Press   CLARKSVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — A Sept. 16 trial date has been set for two men charged with robbing and killing a Fort Campbell soldier who gave them a ride. The Leaf-Chronicle reports (http://leafne.ws/1cnOJid ) that a jury in Clarksville will decide the fates of 19-year-old Giovanne Treymane Johnson and 18-year-old ...

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SGA presents new legislation, appoints two new members, and discusses upcoming events

By Lauren Cottle Guest Writer The Student Government Association met at 4 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 4, to discuss upcoming events and propose new legislation. Resolution number one was presented, which will be voted on Wednesday, Sept. 11. The bill’s purpose is to send a formal letter of thanks and appreciation ...

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APSU hires new police chief; Calloway leaves and Kasitz takes his place

Three months after Terence Calloway’s departure, APSU’s campus police department now has a new police chief, Michael Kasitz. An initial pool of 67 candidates was whittled down to three final candidates who then attended day-long on-campus interviews in August. The committee unanimously chose Kasitz as the new police chief who will ...

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As price of college rises, so does federal aid

KEVIN FREKING Associated Press   WASHINGTON (AP) — Congress or the courts may still have more work to do before the VA can start providing federal benefits to married, same-sex couples, according to VA Secretary Eric Shinseki. The Supreme Court ruled in June that a law, the federal Defense of ...

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Events and new appointments at first SGA assembly of the fall

The 68th General Assembly of the SGA met at 4 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 28, for the first time this fall semester. The meeting began with APSU’s new athletic director, Derek van der Merwe, speaking about his new role and feelings towards being at a new school. “APSU is doing great things,” ...

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ROTC cadet excels in fitness and leadership

The Army ROTC Leadership Development Assessment Course (LDAC) recognized APSU senior Cynthia Stinnett for two accomplishments this summer. LDAC, which takes place in Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Wash., is a camp where junior and senior Army ROTC cadets undergo training and testing that is typical in the Army. The course includes ...

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