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ROTC Impact and Involvement on the Daily

The majority student led ROTC program here at APSU does community events throughout the semester in addition to being part of the U.S. Army. Colin Crist, senior physics major and S-5 Lead in the ROTC program said, “We don’t do anything for validation from the community, or awards, or community ...

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College Street is CLOSED between 9th St. and Red River St.

SOURCE: CLARKSVILLE POLICE (@clarksvillepd) College Street is closed between 9th Street and Red River Street due to a car versus utility pole. The driver of the vehicle was not seriously injured. Traffic will be rerouted until AT&T can arrive on scene and repair.  

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Crime Log Aug. 24-Sep. 8

STALKING-MISDEMEANOR 601 Hannum St. 10:20 p.m., Sep. 8 REFERRAL PUBLIC INTOXICATION 312 Drane St. 5:33 p.m., Sep. 8 ARREST PUBLIC INTOXICATION Blount Hall, 14 Govs Ct. 1:01 a.m., Sep. 8 REFERRAL VANDALISM-MISDEMEANOR 236 West Ave. 9:54 a.m., Sep. 7 CLOSED ASSAULT-OFFENSIVE PHYSICAL CONTACT-MISDEMEANOR Foy Rec Center, 425 Marion St. 5:00 ...

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A Look Into Greek Life at Austin Peay

Fraternities and sororities have been a core part of the student experience since the 1970s. While some existed beforehand, they struggled to plant roots and grow larger than a small collective of friends. Although starting off small, by the ‘90s and early 2000s the experience increased both in membership and ...

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Diversity, Inclusion, and Discussions, All Under One Roof

Diversity, inclusion and the ability to converse with others freely is something APSU promotes amongst its students. The Wilbur N. Daniel African American Cultural Center (WNDAACC) personifies these characteristics and makes lasting impacts and impressions on campus. The director of the WNDAACC Dr. Marcelius Braxton described the atmosphere as such. ...

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Voting Crisis and What You Can Do About It

For the past several years, Tennessee has faced a downward spiral of voter turnouts. Boasting the rank of 50 out of 51 states, the Volunteer State definitely has room for improvement. This crisis spans the state and equally effects student organizations such as Austin Peay’s very own Student Government Association, ...

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