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Harlem Shake, APSU style

»Danielle Hunter Staff Writer The current Internet trend called “Harlem Shake” recently took over the APSU UC Plaza this past Friday, Feb. 22. At noon, the plaza was crowded with students and even some faculty and staff, either watching or wanting to participate in the APSU rendition of the Harlem ...

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Lady Govs beat down by EKU

The Lady Govs were in action facing conference opponent Eastern Kentucky Lady Colonels on Saturday, Feb. 23. The Lady Govs wanted to erase that devastating loss to Eastern Illinois on Monday by taking down the Lady Colonels. In the beginning moments it did not look like the Lady Govs were ...

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Govs can get pass Liberty in OT

The Govs in action in a bracketbusters game versus the Liberty Flames on Saturday, Feb. 23. The Govs were trying to comeback strong after the loss the suffered at Eastern Kentucky. This was the first ever meeting between the two schools. The Govs jumped on the Flames early, gaining a ...

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APSU named among top military friendly universities in nation

»Diona Gardner Guest Writer APSU has been recognized by Military Advanced Education magazine in their 2013 Guide to America’s Top Military Friendly Colleges and Universities. The Military Advanced Education magazine is a journal of higher education for service men and women. Published since 2005, the magazine used a panel of ...

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Hot Topic: Qualities of a good man, woman

»Myranda Harrison Guest Writer Many students gathered with a panel of consultants to discuss what they thought were good qualities in a partner in the third annual Hot Topic discussion on Tuesday, Feb. 12 in the Wilber N. Daniel African American Cultural Center. Dwonna Goldstone, English professor, helped lead the ...

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President Hall reports progress at APSU

»Brittany Hickey Staff Writer Progression. That is the theme of APSU President Tim Hall’s five-year report covering the changes at the university during his tenure at APSU, since 2007, when he took office. The report outlines several areas of university growth, from a nearly 20 percent increase in enrollment to ...

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