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Matt Meadows wins Mr. APSU pageant

–dhunter8@my.apsu.edu Last week, on Thursday Nov. 29, the Alpha Gamma Delta sorority of APSU hosted the first annual Mr. APSU Pageant. The pageant was the AGD chapter’s first philanthropic event since its founding in the fall of 2011. All proceeds of the evening were donated to the Alpha Gamma Delta ...

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APSU named Best for Vets College

–ccoppedge@my.apsu.edu APSU is the only four-year university in the state of Tennessee to be named a “Best For Vets College” by the Military Times. According to the Military Times website, over 650 schools (a new record) completed the Best For Vets College survey of almost 150 questions. Only 68 schools ...

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Divided states of America

bbigelow@my.apsu.edu The election of Democratic presidents traditionally results in increased sales of firearms and ammunition, but now it may have triggered a movement of petitions advocating states’ peaceful secession from the United States. According to CNN, citizens in all 50 states have started petitions to allow for their peaceful secession ...

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60 dogs rescued in Thanksgiving weekend raid

» staff report   Over Thanksgiving weekend, 60 dogs suspected of being victimized in a dog-fighting operation outside of Nashville were rescued by Animal Rescue Corps. Ashland City and Pleasant View fire departments discovered the dogs while responding to a brush fire about 25 miles west of Nashville. The dogs ...

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Several southern teachers arrested in testing scandal

» associated press   It was a brazen and surprisingly long-lived scheme, authorities said, to help aspiring public school teachers cheat on the tests they must pass to prove they are qualified to lead their classrooms. For 15 years, teachers in three Southern states paid Clarence Mumford Sr. — himself ...

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Degree Compass adds My Future technology

–dhunter8@my.apsu.edu A new feature was recently added to APSU’s OneStop called My Future. The new program will work with Degree Compass (a popular feature on OneStop that helps students pick what classes they should sign up for) in helping students with their future in college and after college. While Degree ...

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