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Loos to retire from coaching position

APSU Men’s Basketball Head Coach Dave Loos is retiring after 27 years, 16 of which Loos also served as athletics director. Loos will officially announce his retirement on Monday, March 6, at 11 a.m. in a press conference. Loos has earned the team 421 victories, four Ohio Valley Conference Tournament ...

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Political Science Department, College Republicans discuss immigration

During a student led discussion at APSU, Claudia Delgadillo shared her story of growing up as an immigrant in the U.S. and how she hopes to give back to her new home. Anthony Cross, president of APSU’s College Republicans, also helped lead the event as part of the “Map the ...

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Interim director of international ed. pending investigation

Tim Hudson, recently appointed interim executive director for the Center for Extended and International Education, is pending investigation due to allegations of ethical and legal misconduct during his time as chancellor at Arkansas State University. Executive Director of Public Relations and Marketing Bill Persinger told The Arkansas State University Herald Hudson’s one-year ...

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SGA previews new OneStop design

SGA meeting attendees were given a preview of the upcoming APSU OneStop redesign. SGA members were able to ask questions about the new design of the APSU directory site and witness the new functionalities. ERP Systems Administrator Austin Siders focused on the new mobile capabilities of the site. Siders said ...

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University named Tree Campus USA for 2nd year

Big Tree Contest

For the second consecutive year, the Arbor Day Foundation has recognized APSU as a Tree Campus USA, a distinction awarded to universities promoting healthy trees and involving students and staff in conservation efforts. To earn recognition, universities must meet five standards: establishment of a tree advisory committee, a tree-care plan, ...

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The All State takes home 10 awards

The All State staff returned to Clarksville with 10 awards from the Southeast Journalism Conference held Thursday, Feb. 16, through Saturday, Feb. 18, at the University of Mississippi. In the Best of the South competition, judged by a group of industry professionals prior to the conference, The All State received ...

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