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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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Hu, Obama meeting beneficial for America

Mitch Dickens | Social Media Coordinator Last Wednesday, Jan. 19, President Obama met with the President of China at the White House. According to the White House’s website, President Hu Jintao and Obama were supposedly meeting to discuss the U.S. and China’s “increased cooperation in the areas of global security, ...

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New admission standards to be applied by July 2011

By BRIAN BIGELOW | Assistant News Editor New applicants to APSU will now have to meet higher standards on their ACT scores in order to gain acceptance to the university. In order to comply with new regulations set forth in the Complete College Tennessee Act, APSU must cease offering all ...

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Classes Canceled

All classes and activities planned at Austin Peay State University (main campus, Austin Peay Center @ Fort Campbell and Austin Peay at The Renaissance Center in Dickson) for after 4:30 p.m., Thursday, Jan. 20 are canceled due to inclement weather. However, the APSU men’s and women’s basketball games against Tennessee ...

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COUNTDOWN Top 10 events at APSU in 2010

10 Fraternity Changes On Tuesday, Jan. 5, the APSU chapter of Pi Kappa Alpha received a letter from the Kappa Alpha International fraternity stating they were suspended for owing $7,286.12 to the national Pi Kappa Alpha chapter. On Thursday, Feb. 25, the first 12 members of the APSU chapter of ...

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Threatening letter to APSU

APSU issued a “campus alert” after receiving a threatening letter from former student Cliff Richard Guthrie,33,on Wednesday, Jan. 12. Campus officials said Guthrie wrote in the letter: “I am forced to engage in civil-civic action that will be readily perceived as a crime that is heinous, premeditated, racial and anti-American.” ...

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