Home / News (page 158)

News

Plant the campus red

Photos by Mateen SIdiq | Senior Photographer Austin Peay students, faculty and staff took time out of their day on April 16, to plant flowers on the campus.

Read More »

Student Organization & Leadership Awards

Vice President’s Excellence in Leadership Award: Sara Seesholtz Mr. Governor and Madam Governor Awards: Page Rasmussen and Kenneth Kennedy Meningall Governors Cup Award: Brooke Derrick and Andano Turner Governors Pride Leadership Award: Brandy Segraves and Kelvin Rutledge Student Organization of the Year: Phi Alpha Theta History Club and Student Veterans ...

Read More »

Williams and Caldwell not returning to Govs basketball

By MARLON SCOTT | Senior Staff Writer Juniors Marcel Williams and Tyrone Caldwell will not be returning to the Govs basketball roster next season. Williams, a 6-6 forward, will not have his scholarship renewed. In the 2010-11 season Williams played in a reserve role averaging 10.7 minutes and 1.8 points ...

Read More »

Controversial smoking changes proposed

By BRIAN BIGELOW | News Editor Newly proposed changes to campus smoking policy would prohibit smoking in the center of campus, and some smokers are not happy about the changes. “I’m very displeased with it,” said Bryant Smith, sophomore English major. “We, as smokers, are being treated as second class ...

Read More »

Congress votes to avoid federal government shutdown

Associated Press Republican conservatives were the chief winners in the budget deal that forced Democrats to accept historic spending cuts they strongly opposed. Emboldened by last fall’s election victories, fiscal conservatives have changed the debate in Washington. The question no longer is whether to cut spending, but how deeply. Rarely ...

Read More »