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Sustainable Campus Committee continues to improve APSU’s environmental impact

» By Chaseton Donahoe –cdonahoe@my.apsu.edu APSU students pay a fee, included in tuition costs, which helps make the campus a more environmentally friendly habitat for students, young and old. This fee, voted for by students in Spring 2007, goes to the Sustainable Campus Committee’s funds. The committee’s purpose is to ...

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Theallstate.org gets makeover

» Staff Report In this ever expanding digital world, it would only make sense that The All State would take strides to make a presence in the digital medium. The All State has done this with the release of a redesigned website. “We wanted to pick a theme that would ...

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Acid spill near Clarksville Fairgrounds

» Staff Report UPDATE: The road is now open, but Clarksville Police are still recommending caution to drivers that may have come into contact. Drivers are warned not to take their vehicle to car washes until the tires are replaced. A sulphuric acid spill has caused a road closing for ...

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AGD participates in first formal recruitment

» By Jenelle Grewell –jgrewell@my.apsu.edu This year, to take shelter from the drizzling rain, sorority members and their new recruits gathered in the Red Barn for Bid Day. Brianna Lombardozzi, coordinator for Greek Life, said Bid Day is a culmination of Recruitment Week’s events and concludes with a celebration of ...

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Drug incidents spike in campus housing

» By Chris Coppedge –ccoppedge@my.apsu.edu The recent rash of drug-related crimes in the APSU dorms may point to a growing problem with illegal substance use on campus. Between Aug. 23 and Sep.12, three instances of “drug paraphernalia-unlawful uses” were reported to campus police and recorded in the campus crime log. ...

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