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Library remodeled, improved for students

By JENELLE GREWELL | Managing Editor The library has experienced both aesthetic and functional remodels this past semester. Joe Weber, director of Library Services, said over the winter break the library was repainted and carpeted and over spring break all the new library furniture, tables and chairs were added. Weber ...

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Smokers fire back at SGA meeting

By PATRICK ARMSTRONG | Editor in Chief “Order! Your time is over to speak!” said Luke Collier, Student Government Association vice president, while banging the gavel as more than 20 student smokers loudly left the Wednesday, April 13, SGA meeting. The students were there to speak about the proposed smoking ...

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Retired assistant professor of 21 years, Whitmer, dies at 68

Wayne F. Whitmer died Friday, April 15, in Clarksville. Whitmer retired as an assistant professor of administrative office management in 2000, after 21 years. He was 68. Arrangements are pending and will be handled by Neal-Tarpley-Parchman Funeral Home. For more information, visit the funeral homes website or call 645-6488.

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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.

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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 ...

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