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The Gov Run

APSU welcomed students back to campus for the fall semester during the events last week. For the freshmen class, this meant all sorts of exciting events, from free pancakes and barbecue, to the involvement fair and the Gov Run.   Four years ago the first annual Gov Run was put on by the APSU Alumni Relations office. It was canceled due to financial ...

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Total Eclipse of a Lifetime

For the first time in 38 years a total solar eclipse could be seen in the U.S. The eclipse was visible in only fourteen of the fifty states, which were: Oregon, Idaho, Montana, Wyoming, Nebraska, Kansas, Iowa, Missouri, Illinois, Kentucky, Tennessee, Georgia, North Carolina, and South Carolina. People traveled to these states from all ...

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New organization ‘Purpose On Purpose’ bring support to women of color on campus

This fall, APSU welcomed a new social group to campus. Purpose on Purpose (P.O.P.) is a mentoring group for women of color that has big plans for its inaugural semester. Amia Butler, a graduate marketing student, saw the need for a group like this during her time at APSU. “The ...

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Letter to the Editor: SGA President addresses campus about upcoming academic year

Newly elected SGA President, Frank Burns, wrote a letter to the student body of APSU about his goals for the 2017-2018 academic year. He writes: “As Student Government Association President, I wish to develop many projects that will sustain, uplift and contribute to the image of Austin Peay State University. ...

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NPHC annual convocation showcases Greek life

On Thursday, Sept. 7, students gathered in the Morgan University Center Ballroom for the National Pan-Hellenic Council Fall Convocation. Every semester, NPHC hosts this event to attract potential members for the “Divine Nine” fraternities and sororities that make up the council. Despite being interrupted by a fire drill, the event ...

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President Trump announces end to immigration program

On Tuesday,  Sept. 5, President Donald Trump announced that he was pushing forward the cancellation of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program,  more commonly known as DACA. The DACA program was instated in June of 2012 under the Obama administration. The program worked to protect children who were brought ...

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