Home / News (page 2)


Upcoming SGA Elections

In 2014, Tennessee ranked 50 out of 51 in voter turnout across the United States, only beating Texas by a measly 1 percent. This is a problem that has plagued Tennessee politicians for years. According to a PEW Charitable Trust study on the Elections Performance Index, Tennessee has been part ...

Read More »

A New Lieutenant Colonel is in Town

Lieutenant Colonel Eric Westphal is the newest face of APSU’s Army ROTC Program. LTC. Westphal comes to APSU after holding various other positions through the Army across the United States and the world. LTC. Westphal said, “I am a product of ROTC.” “I went there (Northern Arizona University) for sports. ...

Read More »

Explaining the OVC and ESPN+ Merger

Recently, Austin Peay Athletics announced that ESPN had acquired the rights to OVC play. Previously, the Athletics and Communications departments had worked with the OVC Digital Network to broadcast all of our sporting events. From this point forward, all Governor Athletic events will be broadcasted on ESPN affiliates such as ...

Read More »

Real news, or “fake news” of the day

Transparency and ethical journalism in today’s times In a world chock-full of news articles, breaking news, and politicians, how does one find a reliable news source? The public is oftentimes left wondering who they can trust for reliable and unbiased news. Civilians are left to gather all of the pieces ...

Read More »