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Campus prepares for severe weather, disasters

By CIDNIE SYDNEY-BREWINGTON | Staff Writer The month of April is known for its high winds and thunderstorms which can cause damage to both the APSU and surrounding communities. APSU has taken steps towards providing safety and aid to both communities. To provide safety, APSU is now StormReady certified and ...

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Foy courts soaked until at least June

By CIDNIE SYDNEY-BREWINGTON | Staff Writer The front halves of two of the Foy Fitness and Recreation Center’s basketball courts are currently out of commission due to water damage. On Thursday, March 24, at a 9 p.m. intramural indoor soccer match, a kicked soccer ball hit a sprinkler. “It basically ...

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Library remodeled, improved for students

By JENELLE GREWELL | Managing Editor The library has experienced both aesthetic and functional remodels this past semester. Joe Weber, director of Library Services, said over the winter break the library was repainted and carpeted and over spring break all the new library furniture, tables and chairs were added. Weber ...

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Smokers fire back at SGA meeting

By PATRICK ARMSTRONG | Editor in Chief “Order! Your time is over to speak!” said Luke Collier, Student Government Association vice president, while banging the gavel as more than 20 student smokers loudly left the Wednesday, April 13, SGA meeting. The students were there to speak about the proposed smoking ...

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