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Final debate covers foreign policy

–kkittell@my.apsu.edu On Monday, Oct. 22, President Obama and presidential hopeful Gov. Mitt Romney faced off in the final presidential debate before election day on Tuesday, Nov. 6. While the subject of the debate was intended to be foreign policy, the discussion was often redirected to education and strengthening the American ...

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SGA passes two resolutions, proposes another

–klilly2@my.apsu.edu On Wednesday, Oct. 17, the SGA Senate passed the first two resolutions of the year, both put forth by the Senator Myleah Gallagher. Both pieces of legislation were passed unanimously. Resolution 1 Fall 2012 The first resolution was to submit an official request regarding the circulation desk in the ...

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University Recreation, military families sponsor Walk to Afghanistan

» By Kristin Jaggers & Kenneth Lilly –kkittell@my.apsu.edu –klilly2@my.apsu.edu Citizens of Clarksville slid into their tennis shoes and roller skates on Monday, Oct. 22 in honor of a job best performed in combat boots. APSU University Recreation sponsored its second Walk to Afghanistan Project, in connection with the families of ...

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Danger of breast cancer affects whole population

–dhunter18@my.apsu.edu According to the World Cancer Research Fund International, breast cancer is the second most common cancer worldwide. Breast cancer is also the most commonly diagnosed cancer among American women. Because it is such an early stage of breast cancer, DCIS is often easy to get rid of; however, it ...

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Update: Alleged rape in Blount Hall unfounded

A campus safety bulletin released at 4:40 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 18 said an alleged rape accusation was determined to be unfounded. According to previous bulletin released at 9:00 a.m. on Thursday, Oct. 18 the alleged rape occurred on campus during either the late night hours of Tuesday, Oct. 16 ...

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Evangelists cause a stir at APSU

–klilly2@my.apsu.edu On Wednesday Oct. 10th, members of Mark 6:12 Ministries arrived on campus to “preach the word,” in the words of one of the participants. Police placed barriers behind them and two gentlemen held up a sign condemning numerous groups of people from Muslims, LGBT individuals, atheists, immodest women and ...

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