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Students remember deceased theater professor

» By Lindsay Gudal –lgudal@my.apsu.edu On Thursday, July 19, Chris B. Hardin, associate professor of theater and dance, suffered a fatal heart attack. A beloved teacher and friend, his loss has been greatly felt by students and faculty alike. “It wasn’t just like losing a professor,” said Jarvis Bynum, junior ...

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New football stadium part of athletic department upgrade

» By Isabella Davis –idavis1@my.apsu.edu In 1946, APSU opened what is currently known as Governors Stadium. Now, 66 years later, the state of Tennessee has approved the funding for renovation of this historic landmark. Architects have already been chosen, a date for demolition is set and the long time needed ...

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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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