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Update to ‘University Master Plan’ in the works

» By MORGAN SMITH – msmith156@my.apsu.edu A new “University Master Plan” for the renovation and reconditioning of APSU’s campus is in the planning phase. According to the current Master Plan, APSU has many long-standing structures in need of revamping and an overall organizational flow that doesn’t work with it’s growing ...

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8th annual AP Debate Forum to showcase student opinions

» By MORGAN SMITH – msmith156@my.apsu.edu The 8th annual AP Debate Forum sponsored by the Department of Communication will be held from 6-8 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 2, in the Music and Mass Communication Concert Hall. Each year the department raises a question or issue relevant to both the students and ...

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Tennessee agrees to stop arresting Occupy protesters

» ASSOCIATED PRESS Nashville, Tenn. — Tennessee officials agreed Monday, Oct. 31, to stop enforcing a new curfew used to dislodge Occupy Nashville protesters from the grounds around the Capitol. The protesters went to federal court seeking a temporary restraining order against Gov. Bill Haslam, arguing the curfew and arrests ...

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Goblins, Gouls, G.H.O.S.T.

» By CHRIS COPPEDGE – ccoppedge@my.apsu.edu AAPSU’s Student Government Association held its annual Halloween event “Great Halloween Options for Safe Trick or Treating” Sunday, Oct. 30. G.H.O.S.T. serves as a safe trick-or-treating alternative for the children of Clarksville. G.H.O.S.T. was packed with trick-or-treaters of all ages, with a variety of ...

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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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