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Foust House: inside, out

Previous stories: http://www.theallstate.org/2008/04/23/foust-lot-gives-way-to-slew-of-ideas/, http://www.theallstate.org/2007/10/24/foust-house-slated-for-demolition/

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Re-designating of free-speech area being considered to help scheduling conflicts

By CIDNIE SYDNEY-BREWINGTON | Staff Writer “[President Hall] recently asked the University Policy Committee to consider whether the plaza area was the best location for speech activities or if other campus locations should be designated for that purpose,” said Richard Jackson, vice president of Legal Affairs and Strategic Planning. At ...

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On-campus drug, alcohol crime on the rise

By BRIAN BIGELOW | Assistant News Editor Drug and alcohol offenses on campus are on the rise. Statistics from the past two months indicate there have been 13 separate alcohol-or-drug related incidents on campus reported to campus police since Wednesday, Dec.1, 2010, resulting in 17 criminal violations. During the entirety ...

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Winter survival guide

Snowfall 10 average snow fall in inches for Nashville area 9.3 inches of snowfall in Nashville area since Dec. 1, 2010. Snowy study tips The library is closed on days campus closes for inclement weather, so print off your paper early. Be prepared for the library to be closed if ...

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New SGA resolutions proposed

By CIDNIE SYDNEY-BREWINGTON | Staff Writer APSU’s SGA Senate proposed four new resolutions, numbers three through six, for Fall 2010 and Spring 2011. Resolution three, proposed by Senator Price at the Wednesday, Dec. 1 SGA senate meeting, called to “enact access to the Foy during the summer months for a ...

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Dean of enrollment position empty

By BRIAN BIGELOW | Assistant News Editor APSU is searching for a new dean of Enrollment Management and Academic Support to fill the vacancy left by Harriett McQueen. McQueen retired at the end of December after almost five years in the position. There are currently 12 approved candidates, according to ...

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