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Campus police cannot confirm alleged assault

By JENELLE GREWELL | News Editor Samantha Lozano, freshman, sociology and psychology double major, told The All State on Monday, Nov. 22. that she was allegedly held at gunpoint on Friday, Nov. 19. in front of the MUC. She claimed campus police responded to her phone call, interviewed her and ...

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APSU faculty create Clarksville Accounting Club

By CIDNIE SYDNEY-BREWINGTON | Staff Writer Lesley Davidson, instructor of Accounting in the College of Business, and Tammy Slaton of Stone, Rudolph & Henry PLC teamed up to organize the Clarksville Accounting Club. The purpose of this club is to network with the Clarksville business community and offer continuing professional ...

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Biles suspension details released

Lantz Biles, director of Public Safety, was suspended without pay for one calendar month effective on Monday, Nov. 15, until Tuesday, Dec. 14, by APSU President Tim Hall based on recommendations from an appointed Grievance Panel from the University Grievance Committee, according to a memo dated Monday, Nov. 1, sent ...

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SGA passes first 2 legislations

By HANNAH ARIC | Staff Writer The Student Government Association has proposed and passed their first two legislations of the semester. Senator Joseph Marler and Senator RJ Taylor proposed both legislations. The first resolution stated the SGA president must take action regarding Senate Acts and Resolutions. Before the resolution, the ...

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Students alleges assault, campus police says crime not reported

By PATRICK ARMSTRONG | Editor in Chief Samantha Lozano, freshman Sociology and Psychology double major, said to The All State she was allegedly assaulted outside the MUC with a gun on a rainy Friday, Nov. 19, night at 8 p.m. Lt. Carl Little said that there have not been any ...

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Students petition against freshman housing experience Students create Facebook page to show outrage with housing

By JENELLE GREWELL | News Editor The Facebook group “Students against freshmen getting Harvill, Sevier and Blount” was started by APSU student Tammy Ebel in response to the new freshmen experience change to housing expected in Fall 2011. As of press time, Monday, Nov. 15, the group had 171 members. ...

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