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9/11 Memories

Where were you on that day? What do you remember? What does this day mean to you? how have things changed since then? Share your memories and thoughts online at the The Allstate.org

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New observatory open to students at farm

» By ALLISON KIRK – akirk1@my.apsu.edu During the “Physics and Friends Reunion,” a ribbon cutting ceremony was held at the Environmental Education Center in celebration of APSU’s new observatory, which had been out of commission for several years due to funding on the weekend of Aug. 19. “We at the ...

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New building approved for math, computer science

» By BRIAN BIGELOW – bbigelow@my.apsu.edu President Timothy Hall announced on Aug. 24 a new APSU Math and Computer Science building has been approved by the Tennessee State Building Commission. The new building will house classrooms and offices for the math and computer science departments as well as the university’s ...

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Sigma Phi Epsilon awarded Buchanon Cup for 3rd time

» By CHRIS COPPEDGE – ccoppedge@my.apsu.edu The APSU chapter of Sigma Phi Epsilon was recently awarded the Buchanan Cup Award for the third time in recognition of being one of the best chapters nationally. “The awarding of the Buchanan Cup to the Tennessee Eta Chapter of Sigma Phi Epsilon serves ...

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Freshman dies in car wreck

» By BRIAN BIGELOW – bbigelow@my.apsu.edu APSU freshman Jackson Amos, 18, and local Rossview High School senior Amy Stringer, 17, were killed in a one-car collision on Rossview Road on Aug. 28. Also injured in the wreck were Tyler Farrow, 17, and Matthew Williams, 18. Farrow and Williams were transported ...

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