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Dangers of Unlocked Vehicles

CAMPUS THEFT In the span of three days, from Sept. 21 to Sept. 24, a total of 17 vehicles were broken in and stolen from. Most of the robberies occurred in the apartments near Dunbar Cave Road and Fairview Lane area. Although the crimes did not take place on campus, ...

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Nashville set to host the 2019 Gold Cup semifinal

The Music City will play a pair of national anthems when Nissan Stadium hosts a 2019 Gold Cup Semifinal game, the Confederation of North, Central American and Caribbean Association Football, CONCACAF, announced on Tuesday, Oct. 9, 2018. The semifinal will take place on Wednesday, July 3. If the U.S. Men’s ...

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Graduate Enrollment Stats Are Up Since 2016

The student body composition consists of more graduate students than in the past two years. APSU’s graduate enrollment since 2016 has increased by 30 percent. Word of mouth helped grow the university to the size it is today along with strategic marketing. “The biggest reason why [people come to APSU] ...

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SGA Weekly Meeting Details

The Student Government Association gathered for a meeting Wednesday, Sept. 26 in the MUC 307 at 6 p.m. Vice President Trenton Delane opened the meeting asking for statements from students who would like to voice their concerns. Two students proposed their concerns of discrimination on campus to be investigated and ...

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Student Saves Gunshot Wound Victim

APSU student Wesley Crow was leaving class when he heard the one noise no one wants to hear; gunshots. Crow got into his car but rather than driving away, he drove toward the sound. As Crow turned onto Ford Street he saw two men carrying their friend in between their ...

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