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Committee researches possible changes to smoking policy

By KATHRYN RICHARDSON | Staff Writer Cigarette butts are being found in places outside the designated smoking areas at APSU. Those responsible are in violation of the student code of conduct. Students, faculty and staff are expressing concerns about the current smoking policy at APSU. SGA meetings are being held ...

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Temporary director of Public Safety only consideration for position

By BRIAN BIGELOW | Staff Writer “I’m just here to maintain the department and make sure everything goes smoothly,” said Jason Morton, the new temporary director of Public Safety. “Right now I’m acting as police chief.” Morton will function in his new position as temporary director of Public Safety at ...

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Domestic assault reported in Meacham

Staff Report Campus police answered a call for domestic assault on Monday, Nov. 24. in Meacham apartments. Lavender Jefferies, male, was arrested for domestic assault and vandalism under $500. Shelia Hall, female, was arrested for vandalism over $500. ason Morton, temporary director of Public Safety, said Hall did have some ...

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Campus police cannot confirm alleged assault

By JENELLE GREWELL | News Editor Samantha Lozano, freshman, sociology and psychology double major, told The All State on Monday, Nov. 22. that she was allegedly held at gunpoint on Friday, Nov. 19. in front of the MUC. She claimed campus police responded to her phone call, interviewed her and ...

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APSU faculty create Clarksville Accounting Club

By CIDNIE SYDNEY-BREWINGTON | Staff Writer Lesley Davidson, instructor of Accounting in the College of Business, and Tammy Slaton of Stone, Rudolph & Henry PLC teamed up to organize the Clarksville Accounting Club. The purpose of this club is to network with the Clarksville business community and offer continuing professional ...

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Biles suspension details released

Lantz Biles, director of Public Safety, was suspended without pay for one calendar month effective on Monday, Nov. 15, until Tuesday, Dec. 14, by APSU President Tim Hall based on recommendations from an appointed Grievance Panel from the University Grievance Committee, according to a memo dated Monday, Nov. 1, sent ...

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