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Analysis: Minimum wage plan a new test for Obama

Associated Press WASHINGTON  — If anything illustrated President Barack Obama’s new sense of self-confidence, it was his State of the Union call for an increase in the national minimum wage. For much of the past two years, the president and his aides have worked to shed an image that he ...

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New members inducted into APSU Athletics Hall of Fame

»Philip Sparn News Editor Three new members were inducted into the APSU Athletics Hall of Fame on Saturday, Feb. 9 at the 36th annual induction. Baseball coach Gary McClure, APSU team physician Dr. W. Cooper Beazley and former basketball player Andrew Lorentzson were honored for their contributions to APSU athletics. ...

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Dancing for miracles

»Philip Sparn and Charles McCrary Students and members of the APSU community danced the night away in APSU’s second annual dance marathon to raise money for the Children’s Miracle Network on Friday, Feb. 8. This year’s dance marathon raised $8,105.05, surpassing last year’s $5000. One-hundred percent of the proceeds will ...

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Lady Govs basketball fall in first game of the double-header

The Lady Govs were in action in the first game of the double-header against the Tennessee State Lady Tigers. The Lady Govs were keeping the Lady Tigers on their heels early in the first half, due in fact to the rebounding by Alexis Hardaway and Nicole Olszewski and scoring from ...

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Govs basketball can’t stop Bruins shooting attack

The Govs basketball team were  in action in the bottom half of the double-header again conference leading Belmont Bruins. The Govs are coming in on a seven-game losing streak. The Govs had a rhythm going early in the game that was silenced by the three-point shooting by the Bruins. The ...

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APSU now offering streamlined Bachelor’s and Master’s Programs

»Diona Gardner Guest Writer In the spring of 2013, APSU began offering three-year bachelor’s degrees and “3+1 year Bachelor’s to Master’s” programs. The three-year Bachelor’s degree is available in several different areas of concentration including art, business, communication arts, computer science, english, health and human performance, history, Mathematics, philosophy, political ...

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