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Mills answers questions concerning housing

By CIDNIE SYDNEY-BREWINGTON | Staff Writer “We got all them [the students] out before Winter break,” Joe Mills, director of Housing/Residence Life and Dining Services, said referring to the students living in Riverview Inn last semester. There are 1,411 beds on campus, but due to freshman housing requirements there was ...

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Peay Pickup Trolley part of CST advertising grant

By BRIAN BIGELOW | Assistant News Editor Soon there will be fewer excuses for not using the Peay Pickup trolleys around campus. A slew of new advertising will ensure that students know everything they need to in order to utilize the service. The APSU “Peay Pickup” trolley service has been ...

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Vossler update

athan Vossler was arrested on Oct. 3, 2009, for especially aggravated kidnapping. According to the police report, the incident, which occurred in the Emerald Hills on-campus apartment complex, involved a 6-year-old girl not related to Vossler. Vossler was rearrested in Athens, Ala. on Oct.11, 2010, on charges of sexually abusing ...

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President Hall addresses threat in e-mail to APSU community

“I know many of you are concerned, as I am, about the threatening letter the university became aware of yesterday, written by a former student, Mr. Cliff Richard Guthrie. We are actively cooperating with the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation (TBI), which is overseeing the investigation into this matter and we ...

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Threatening letter received by APSU officials

UPDATE (Jan. 12, 9:14 p.m.): According to Cliff Richard Guthrie’s personal website, he was born in Guyana, South America and currently resides in Clarksville. He received his Associates of Art through the University of Maryland University College’s European Division in  Mannheim, Germany in August 1999. Guthrie was previously employed in ...

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