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Extreme Entrepreneurship Tour enlightens students

» By Chaseton Donahoe Staff Writer Many APSU students received helpful advice on how to spark creativity and entrepreneurship when the Extreme Entrepreneurship Tour came to the UC on Thursday, March 7. The Extreme Entrepreneurship Tour has held more than 500 entrepreneurship events in 35 states during the past seven ...

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Armed robbery on College Street

An armed robbery occurred this evening, Tuesday, March 19 at 302 College St., according to an APSU campus safety bulletin. The suspect is described as a white male between the age of 30-35 years, weighing approximately 200 pounds, standing 5 feet, 6 inches tall. According to the TheGovSays safety bulletin, ...

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Students debate assault weapons ban in Tenn.

» By Myranda Harrison Staff Writer Students gathered to debate the effectiveness of a Tennessee ban on assault weapons in the APSU communication department’s 10th annual AP Debate Forum. Rob Baron, assistant professor of communications, hosted the forum on Wednesday, March 6, in the Clement Auditorium. There were three students ...

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Breaking down student loans

» By Diona Gardner Staff Writer For many students, college is the beginning of a journey towards a promising career. However, for some, college is the beginning of a long journey into debt. In 2012, the Federal Reserve Bank of New York reported a total of $870 billion in outstanding ...

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Lady Govs go 2-2 in Red and Black Classic

By Kory Gibbs The Lady Govs softball team participated in the Red and Black Classic in Louisville, Kentucky March 8-10. The Lady Govs, who came into the series with four-game winning streak, faced the Miami (Ohio) Redhawks on Friday, March 8. The Redhawks got the jump on the Lady Govs ...

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Physics student chosen to study at CERN lab

» By Faith Johnson Guest Writer APSU physics junior, Chris Hayes, is getting a very rare opportunity to travel to Switzerland to study at the European Organization for Nuclear Research’s Geneva laboratory also called CERN. Hayes was named as one of the students in the team with the University of ...

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