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New Highland Crest campus has zero APSU enrollment

» By CHRIS COPPEDGE – ccoppedge@my.apsu.edu The new APSU and Volunteer State shared satellite campus, Highland Crest, has a startling imbalance in its registered students for the current school year. At this time, there are zero APSU students enrolled at Highland Crest, while Vol State has roughly 500 of its ...

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SGA senate election sets record for highest turn out

» By PATRICK ARMSTRONG – parmstrong@my.apsu.edu If you voted in the Student Government Association Fall election, then you helped set records. The 930 votes were the second-highest number cast in any SGA election and the highest voter turnout in a Fall election according to Kathryn White, chief justice. SGA also ...

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Distance Education expands frontier

» By RAVEN JACKSON – rjackson@my.apsu.edu APSU’s Center for Extended and Distance Education is used by many students and community members to attain valuable skills relevant to their careers. Students can also complete courses and obtain degrees online. Through the extended classes offered, people in the community can achieve a ...

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Lady Govs swept at Butler Invitational

» By MARLON SCOTT – mscott@my.apsu.edu The Lady Govs’ leading scorer, junior outside hitter Nikki Doyle, averaged over 14 kills per match at the Butler Invitational in Indianapolis, Ind., but it was not enough to keep the team from being swept 0-3 in the tournament. After losing to Central Michigan ...

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‘I thought I was dead.’

» By Jenelle Grewell – jgrewell@my.apsu.edu “Some of you didn’t really know the impact on your lives, your parent’s lives and on the world,” Picciotto said in his New York accent about the attacks. He said those who are older would always remember where they were and what they were ...

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