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Kappa Delta focuses on community

By JENELLE GREWELL | News Editor The Kappa Delta sorority, who previously had a charter, gave a extension bid presentation Friday, Feb. 25. On the first slide of their PowerPoint the quote “Where community matters” was on display for all at the presentation to see. Community was discussed during the ...

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Retired Teacher’s Association offers tuition scholarship

The Clarksville-Montgomery County Retired Teachers’ Association is offering a tuition scholarship up to $2,000 for a student in the Teacher Education Program at APSU for fall 2011. To be eligible a student must be a junior or senior, a resident of Tennessee and has met “provisional admission” requirements for the ...

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APSU community take shelter on campus

After the tornado warning siren sounded in Clarksville, APSU students, faculty, staff and facility workers took cover in the lower floors of buildings for safety. Currently, Clarksville is under a tornado watch until 10 p.m. according to the National Weather Service.

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Alpha Chi Omega outlines goals, values in presentation

By BRIAN BIGELOW | Assistant News Editor On Wednesday night, Feb.23, Alpha Chi Omega made an hour-long presentation of their proposal for a new chapter at APSU, outlining their goals and values and its procedures for colonization. It is one of four sororities vying to be chosen for an opportunity ...

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APSU faculty, staff help with SOLDIERS’ HOMECOMING

By BRIAN BIGELOW | Assistant News Editor A group of three APSU staff and faculty members did their part to welcome home soldiers returning from deployment Thursday, Feb. 17, at Fort Campbell. Faculty and staff members helped by preparing and serving refreshments for the families waiting to be reunited with ...

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The All State places at Southeast Journalism Conference

Staff Reports Staff members from The All State recently attended the 25th annual Southeast Journalism Conference in Troy, Ala. Feb. 17-19. Three staff members earned recognition as “Best of the South” for work they produced during the past year. Patrick Armstrong, editor-in-chief, earned first place in “Best Public Service Journalism” ...

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