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Hall announces Homecoming court nominees

By MARLON SCOTT – mscott@my.apsu.edu After the 2011 Step Off in the Red Barn, APSU President Tim Hall announced the 10 candidates for homecoming king and queen. The five homecoming king candidates are Trent Gaasch, A.J. Hall, Alejandro Herrera, Kelvin Rutledge and Branden Ward. The homecoming queen candidates are Kara ...

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UN rights office urges probe into Gadhafi death

» ASSOCIATED PRESS GENEVA — The U.N. human rights office called Friday, Oct. 21, for an investigation into the death of ousted Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi, noting that his death robbed his victims of a chance at “cathartic” justice in the courts. Gadhafi was captured alive Thursday, Oct. 20, in ...

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Tenn. National Guard soldier accused in death of deputy in Georgia

» ASSOCIATED PRESS ATLANTA — The girlfriend of an Army National Guard soldier who fatally shot a sheriff’s deputy and himself told investigators the gunman “definitely had a drinking problem” and grabbed an assault rifle from his trunk after she made him pull over while he was driving drunk, a ...

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Former minister, now atheist Barker speaks to students

» By CHRIS COPPEDGE – ccoppedge@my.apsu.edu Minister turned atheist Dan Barker spoke in the Clement Auditorium on Thursday, Oct. 13, during an event sponsored by the APSU Students for Secular Humanism society. Barker is the former Public Relations director and current co-president of the Freedom From Religion Foundation, an organization ...

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October recognizes 8th annual national cybersecurity month

» By ERICKA CONLEY – econley@my.apsu.edu In this day and age, technology is at the forefront of everything we do. The way we communicate with one another, gain information and entertain ourselves, usually involves computers or internet. October has been designated as “Cybersecurity Month.” This is the eighth year that ...

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