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President Hall addresses threat in e-mail to APSU community

“I know many of you are concerned, as I am, about the threatening letter the university became aware of yesterday, written by a former student, Mr. Cliff Richard Guthrie. We are actively cooperating with the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation (TBI), which is overseeing the investigation into this matter and we ...

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Threatening letter received by APSU officials

UPDATE (Jan. 12, 9:14 p.m.): According to Cliff Richard Guthrie’s personal website, he was born in Guyana, South America and currently resides in Clarksville. He received his Associates of Art through the University of Maryland University College’s European Division in  Mannheim, Germany in August 1999. Guthrie was previously employed in ...

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Monday’s 8 a.m. exam rescheduled to 1:30 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 15

Rave Text Message Alert: Monday’s, Dec. 13, 8 a.m. exams have been rescheduled to 1:30 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 15. All other exams will remain on their original schedule. The campus will remain open and operating on a normal schedule. All faculty and staff are to use use their discretion for ...

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Students voice concerns about lack of campus lighting

By CIDNIE SYDNEY-BREWINGTON | Staff Writer Two weeks ago, the lights went out on the sidewalk adjacent to Harvill Hall facing the parking lot. The Physical Plant explained the power outage was the result of a bad circuit breaker which has been replaced. According to David Lemons, director of Physical ...

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Students who fail classes have consequences, resources

By BRIAN BIGELOW | Staff Writer Failing classes can not only hurt a student’s GPA, but can also jeopardize their chances to continue their studies. Students that don’t maintain satisfactory academic progress can become ineligible for federal financial aid and even suspended indefinitely. If a student’s cumulative GPA drops below ...

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