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Soldiers face tough challenges at home

» By Brittany Hickey Staff Writer More than 10 percent of APSU’s enrolled students are veterans of the military, not even accounting for the active duty soldiers and members of the reserves. The Military Student Center had that demographic in mind for the Friday, March 1 screening of PBS’s “The ...

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APSU hosts workshop for job seekers

» By Chaseton Donahoe Staff Writer The Tennessee Department of Labor and Workforce held a career development workshop in the APSU African American Cultural Center on Wednesday, Feb. 27. It was a chance for people seeking employment opportunities to discover new techniques for searching for available jobs and primarily consisted ...

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‘Sequester’ impacts Fort Campbell

FORT CAMPBELL, Ky. (AP) — Fort Campbell’s garrison commander said on Thursday, Feb. 28 that the installation’s 8,000 civilian employees could face up to 22 unpaid days off this year. Col. David L. “Buck” Dellinger told reporters that the unpaid days are needed to offset at least $55 million in ...

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Black History Month speaker discusses race, politics and American life

>>Myranda Harrison Staff Writer Many students listened to this year’s Black History Month speaker, Dr. Marc Lamont Hill, discuss racial, social and political issues on Tuesday, Feb. 26 in the UC Ballroom. The event was hosted by the African American Cultural Center as a part of their annual Black History ...

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APSU awarded state grant for walking trails

» By Chaseton Donahoe Staff Writer A set of walking trails have been developed for on-campus fitness using a $20,000 grant from the Tennessee Department of Health. Timothy Leszczak, assistant professor of health and human performance and the grant’s project leader, explained, “The primary focus, and the reason why, was ...

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