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100 percent passing rate for APSU’s nursing program

» By Chris Coppedge –ccoppedge@my.apsu.edu APSU’s nursing program is currently boasting a 100 percent passing rate, indicating the program’s mastery of student training and leadership. “We believe that we have this high pass rate because our team of faculty has developed an in-depth, detailed curriculum that assures that specific program ...

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Student Life and Leadership shifts focus, title to engagement

» By Isabella Davis –idavis1@my.apsu.edu While most of the construction on campus can easily be viewed by every car passing by, some renovations have been a bit more subtle. The former Student Life and Leadership office is now equipped with new carpet, fresh paint and a new name to accompany ...

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Ground breaks on Mathematics and Computer Science Building

» By Chris Coppedge email: ccoppedge@my.apsu.edu With construction of the new Computer Science and Mathematics building under way, APSU continues its recent developments in technology and architecture on campus.

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Presidential candidates court the women’s vote

» By Philip Sparn –psparn@my.apsu.edu As the 2012 elections near, the presidential campaigns are tightening their focus on the largest and arguably most important segment of voters, women. The presidential contest has essentially become a two-person race between former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney and incumbent President Barack Obama. These candidates, ...

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Not planning to retire Graduating at 77, Coozie Britton is ‘the type of student that makes a professor proud.’

» By TIFFANY COMER – tcomer@my.apsu.edu “Coozie Britton is the type of student that makes a professor proud and keeps a faculty member coming back to teach year after year.” These are the words that Britton’s self-proclaimed favorite professor at APSU, Shirley Hagewood, associate professor of Mathematics, had to say ...

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Obama versus Romney, voters weigh options

» By CHRIS COPPEDGE – ccoppedge@my.apsu.edu As the primary races end and the presidential race heats up, APSU students and faculty turn their attention to the general election this November. APSU’s College Republicans adviser David Kanervo has a more evenhanded viewpoint of the candidates. “President Obama is obviously a very ...

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