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Soldier apprehended after Fort Campbell active shooting

A 101st Airborne Division soldier was apprehended at Fort Campbell by military police in response to reports of an active shooter near Campbell Army Airfield on Thursday, Aug. 25. Fort Campbell spokesman Robert Jenkins said in a news release that there are no reported injuries, the post is secure, the gates ...

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APSU department uses Google grant to help firefighters

BY ALYSSA LONGWORTH, CONTRIBUTING WRITER APSU’s Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Center received a Google grant to develop its project to create technology which locates volunteer firefighters in the field. Google’s Internet of Things (IoT) Research Award focuses on devices that use the internet to communicate. The grant provided equipment to ...

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SGA receives praises and criticism in 2015-16 session

The first meeting of the 2016-2017 session of SGA will meet on Sept. 31 following a year with a historically close election, high numbers of submitted legislation and issues with transparency. The Spring 2016 Election for SGA president was the closest in APSU history. Ryan Honea was elected president over ...

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25 APSU employees now carrying concealed handguns

Twenty-five APSU employees are now registered to carry concealed handguns on campus due to a new law passed last spring. The law, HB 1736, came into effect June 3,. and allows “Employees of any state college or university operating under the state board of regents or the University of Tennessee ...

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Campus adds new parking lots, changes zoning

Campus Safety Alert

APSU added over 650 parking spaces to the southwest side of campus through the addition of the old Jenkins and Wynne property. The university lists these spaces as overflow parking and any APSU parking pass can park in these lots. APSU’s Office of Public Safety and Campus Police Department released ...

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New Permanent Sculpture Added to APSU Campus

APSU has added a new permanent sculpture to the bowl in front of the Woodward Library. The sculpture, entitled The Cardboard Kids: Monument to the Nontraditional Student, features three metal “vehicles” meant to represent the nontraditional student body of APSU. The makeshift models are meant to look ragged and pieced ...

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