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Professor receives 2010 citizen of the year award

By: Raven Jackson Staff Writer In a city with thousands of people, it is a remarkable task to discover the select few who qualify for a Citizen of the Year award. One of APSU’s own professors is one of the those select people who met the standards of such an ...

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Pi Kappa Alpha to return in Spring 2014

By CIDNIE CYDNEY-BREWINGTON Staff Writer Alumni of the Eta Tau Chapter of the Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity (PIKE) plan to re-colonize by Spring 2014 after their chapter was closed in January 2010 due to an accumulation of $7,286.12 in debt to the national headquarters. Gregory Parker, media contact for the ...

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Govs sign 16 on National Signing Day

By Marlon Scott | Senior Sports Writer Wednesday, Feb. 2, was National Signing Day, which meant potential football recruits across the country could sign letters of intent to join football programs. The Govs announced signing 16 student-athlete National Letters of Intent. According to APSU Sports Information, Govs head coach Rick ...

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Foust House demolition

Previous stories: http://www.theallstate.org/2008/04/23/foust-lot-gives-way-to-slew-of-ideas/, http://www.theallstate.org/2007/10/24/foust-house-slated-for-demolition/

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Foust House: inside, out

Previous stories: http://www.theallstate.org/2008/04/23/foust-lot-gives-way-to-slew-of-ideas/, http://www.theallstate.org/2007/10/24/foust-house-slated-for-demolition/

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Re-designating of free-speech area being considered to help scheduling conflicts

By CIDNIE SYDNEY-BREWINGTON | Staff Writer “[President Hall] recently asked the University Policy Committee to consider whether the plaza area was the best location for speech activities or if other campus locations should be designated for that purpose,” said Richard Jackson, vice president of Legal Affairs and Strategic Planning. At ...

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