Home / News (page 40)

News

15 campus locations experiencing water shutdown

Several buildings on APSU’s main campus will be experiencing a water shutdown from 3-10 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 11. During this time, bathroom services, showers and drinking fountains will not be functional in order to allow Clarksville Water and Gas to fix reported problems with a water line. According to ...

Read More »

Zone 3 literary magazine celebrates 30 years

Zone 3 30 year anniversary reading

In a quiet room in the Morgan University Center, students, faculty and staff gathered to listen to carefully placed words in poems and fiction and non-fiction essays by three of “Zone 3’s” award-winning editors: Amy Wright, Barry Kitterman and Andrea Spofford. Founded in 1986 by APSU professors David Till and ...

Read More »

Milhalinec competes in Miss Tennessee Teen USA

APSU freshman Alexis Milhalinec is competing in the Miss Tennessee Teen USA competition on Friday, Oct. 7, and Saturday, Oct. 8. Milhalinec is from Clarksville and is currently the Miss Volunteer State Teen USA representative. She is also a member of APSU’s chapter of Alpha Delta Pi. Milhalinec has a history of ...

Read More »

APSU’s dirtiest tradition continues

Fifty-seven teams competed in APSU’s annual SGA sponsored Mud Bowl 2016. “APSU’s dirtiest tradition” provides good, clean fun for all students, to help them let go of the stresses of college life for a few hours. “Mud Bowl allows for the students to forget about all their responsibilities for a day ...

Read More »

SGA still facing lack of legislation

Over a month into the Fall 2016 semester, the Student Government Association is still scrambling to introduce new legislation, aside from the standard crosswalk proposal with Resolution No.1. That resolution proposes a third crosswalk from the Burt parking lot to the Kimbrough and MMC buildings. President Ryan Honea and Vice President ...

Read More »

Kelsey Timmerman gives Peay Read discussion on ‘Where am I Eating?’

"Where am I Eating?" Peay Read

Kelsey Timmerman, author of 2016’s Peay Read book “Where Am I Eating?”, spoke about his world travels and how the U.S.’s reliance on food imports affects foreign workers at the Peay Read event on Thursday, Sept. 29. In his speech, Timmerman said students should stop and think about the food they eat every day, the people who made it and how we can help raise their ...

Read More »