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New off-campus student friendly housing coming in 2018

University Ave. is home to many local businesses that service the APSU community. There is the Korean restaurant JibBop, the Mediterranean Grill that offers food for low prices and The Gilroy Clarksville. The strip will soon be home to a new student-friendly housing development. Main608, which is being built at ...

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Annual Board of Trustees meeting generates changes

On Sept. 14 and 15, the APSU Board of Trustees met to discuss important issues and  topics relating to APSU.  One of the topics discussed was the potential for a Bachelor’s of Science in Aviation Science with a concentration in Rotor Wing program that was proposed by Dr. Rex Gandy.   The ...

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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 ran smoothly as the room filled ...

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Art + Design Building opens after official ribbon-cutting

People stood shoulder-to-shoulder as they witnessed the official opening of APSU’s Art+Design Building on Tues, Sept. 12. This project took two years from groundbreaking to completion, resulting in a building with fresh technology and facilities to benefit APSU students and the Clarksville community.  Barry Jones, Chair of the Department of ...

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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 into the United States by their immigrant parents.   DACA came as an aid to those children to ...

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APSU faculty hosts critical conversation

The violence that took place in Charlottesville, Virginia on Aug. 12 shocked the nation. The aftermath brought discussions to the media about race relations, white supremacy and the validity of controversial monuments, specifically those of Confederate figures. Although the events happened in Charlottesville, the implications effect cities and college campuses across the nation.  On Tuesday, ...

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