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Trump triumphant

With echoes of “USA” heard across the nation, Donald Trump has surpassed the 270 electoral votes required to become the 45th president-elect of the U.S. In the end, Trump gained 276 electoral votes, 11 of which votes came from the state of Tennessee  contributed to this total number of votes. ...

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Sherry Demaray named associate vice president of finance

Sherry Demaray, associate vice president of finance for APSU

Sherry L. Demaray was named the new associate vice president for finance at APSU, effective Oct. 17. Demaray will oversee the operations of the finance office, procurement and contract service and auxiliary support services. Her duties include: managing the budgets for areas of responsibility, the wiring of funds, preparing budgets ...

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BACH launches virtual house call pilot, extending virtual health access

Laura Boyd | Public Affairs Officer, Blanchfield Army Community Hospital FT. CAMPBELL, KY. –  Blanchfield Army Community Hospital launched a new pilot program, providing six virtual appointments Oct. 27. The virtual house call pilot is similar to healthcare’s origin, when medical providers visited patients’ homes; however, it is now offered through ...

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SGA breaks tradition to fund Del Square Psi

SGA made history by passing Resolution No. 4, which will see them directly fund a student organization for an event for the first time, at their meeting on Wednesday, Oct. 26. After a lengthy debate during the meeting on Oct. 19, SGA further discussed the resolution, which would provide funds to ...

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Justin Timberlake faces legal questions after selfie at Tennessee polling booth

Taking selfies at voting booths is illegal in Tennessee, a fact unknown by some, including Justin Timberlake. Timberlake took a selfie at a voting booth in Tennessee, his home state, after he flew in from California. He posted the picture on Instagram and immediately felt the repercussions as people asked ...

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NAACP’s “Drive to the Polls” aims to increase Clarksville voter turnout

APSU's NAACP hosts "Drive to the Polls"

Students without reliable transportation who want to vote in the presidential election can still find their way to the polls, thanks to the APSU NAACP chapter’s “Drive to the Polls” events. The organization is partnering with community members to drive APSU students and citizens of Clarksville to polling stations on ...

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