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Feb. 1 marks the first day of Black History Month. It is a tribute to African-American men and women who made momentous contributions to America and the entire world in multiple fields, such as Science, Mathematics and entertainment. Black History Month usually highlights the likes of Rosa Parks, Martin Luther ...

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Wall of Legacy to honor Art + Design Faculty

Upon hearing the news of the passing of longtime APSU art professor and sculptor Olen Bryant in July, Clarksville resident Jim Mann understood much like anyone what exactly the University and the Clarksville community alike lost. Olen Bryant is the man behind “The Sentinel” which is more commonly known as ...

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“Walk in the U.S., Talk on Japan” gains interest in U.S. foreign policy, international relations

On Wednesday, Jan. 24, APSU held a group of presentations called “Walk in the U.S., Talk on Japan” led by former Japanese Ambassador Ichiro Fujisaki. “I wanted them to get interested in Japan/U.S. relations,” Ambassador Fujisaki said. “Second, I wanted them to know not only about Japan, but China, North ...

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Ashley Nelson named new ANTS Coordinator

MAHALIA SMITH | SENIOR STAFF WRITER Ashley Nelson recently began her position as coordinator for the Adult Nontraditional and Transfer Student center, ANTS, on Jan. 8. As a student, Nelson started off at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga and transferred to APSU. “I transferred to APSU and then decided ...

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SGA votes to increase student fees by $23

SGA voted to increase student fees for the Foy Fitness Center and for Ard Health and Counseling Services and swore in four new senators during their meeting on Wednesday, Jan. 31 meeting. Jason Wills, Assistant Director of the Foy Fitness Center, proposed a $15 increase from making the current fee ...

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Cohen introduces House resolution honoring workers strike

MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) — U.S. Rep. Steve Cohen has introduced a resolution recognizing the 50th anniversary of the sanitation workers strike that brought civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr. to Memphis, Tennessee. Cohen, a Democrat from Memphis, said in a statement Tuesday that the resolution’s co-sponsors include the bipartisan ...

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