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APSU reaches affiliation agreement with Main608 housing

According to an email sent by Main608, beginning Feb. 1, APSU students on-campus will be given first access to the off-campus housing. APSU Housing and Residence Life will assist students who currently live on campus to submit applications to the property for the Fall 2018 semester. The pricing and leases ...

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Snow Daze: How does APSU make the decision to cancel class?

Last week’s snowfall gave students and faculty an extended break. Classes were canceled for two days due to hazardous road conditions. “I did have to drive to work a couple times,” business management student Sana Swinson said. “For the first couple days the roads were a little scary to drive ...

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101st Airborne Division soldier receives Soldier’s Medal

FORT CAMPBELL, Ky. (AP) — A 101st Airborne Division soldier has been given the Soldier’s Medal after saving two people from a burning vehicle. Staff Sgt. Nicholas Davis received the medal this week in a ceremony at Fort Campbell. The Ellijay, Georgia, native is with C Battery, 1st Battalion, 320th ...

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Army to send female infantry, armor officers to 3 more bases

WASHINGTON (AP) — As more female soldiers move into frontline combat jobs, the Army’s top leaders have decided to integrate female officers into infantry and armor brigades at three more military bases around the country. The decision comes a year after the first women began enlisting in the ground combat ...

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AP Wire: Governor: 1 dead, many wounded in Kentucky school shooting

Associated Press Authorities are reporting one person was killed and others were wounded Tuesday morning in a high school shooting in rural Kentucky. In a tweet from a verified account, Gov. Matt Bevin said it happened at Marshall County High School in southwest Kentucky. In the tweet, Bevin says a ...

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Senate Dems relent, vote to end shutdown; House to follow

WASHINGTON (AP) — Congress sped toward reopening the government late Monday as Democrats reluctantly voted to temporarily pay for resumed operations, relenting in return for Republican assurances that the Senate will soon take up the plight of young immigrant “dreamers” and other contentious issues. The vote set the stage for ...

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