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Smoking policy changes proposed

By CIDNIE SYDNEY-BREWINGTON | Staff Writer The SGA Smoking Policy committee presented their conclusion concerning the new smoking policy at the Wednesday, Feb. 23, SGA senate meeting. The motion passed 18-0. The conclusion will then be presented to the University Policy Committee to be either approved or denied. If approved, ...

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3 sororities present extension bids

By JENELLE GREWELL News Editor Kappa Delta, the third of four sororities, presented its extension bid presentation on Friday, Feb. 25. Prior to Friday, Alpha Chi Omega presented their extension bid on Wednesday, Feb. 23, and Alpha Gamma Delta presented their extension bid on Monday, Feb. 21. The sororities presented ...

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Flu, allergy season is upon APSU

By BRIAN BIGELOW | Assistant News Editor The peak of flu season is upon APSU and allergy season is right around the corner, and there are many simple measures students can take to protect themselves. “It is my hope that people recognize the human behavior aspect of flu infections and ...

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Kappa Delta focuses on community

By JENELLE GREWELL | News Editor The Kappa Delta sorority, who previously had a charter, gave a extension bid presentation Friday, Feb. 25. On the first slide of their PowerPoint the quote “Where community matters” was on display for all at the presentation to see. Community was discussed during the ...

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Retired Teacher’s Association offers tuition scholarship

The Clarksville-Montgomery County Retired Teachers’ Association is offering a tuition scholarship up to $2,000 for a student in the Teacher Education Program at APSU for fall 2011. To be eligible a student must be a junior or senior, a resident of Tennessee and has met “provisional admission” requirements for the ...

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APSU community take shelter on campus

After the tornado warning siren sounded in Clarksville, APSU students, faculty, staff and facility workers took cover in the lower floors of buildings for safety. Currently, Clarksville is under a tornado watch until 10 p.m. according to the National Weather Service.

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