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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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APSU graduates over 200 students at Summer Commencement

By: William Fisher and Storm Brooks, News Editor and Staff Writer In an early afternoon ceremony, the university awarded over 200 degrees to students at APSU’s 88th Commencement Ceremony. The event took place in Dunn Center on Friday, Aug. 5, at 2 p.m. Students from the College of Arts and ...

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PlayStations stolen from pawn shop owner pawned; 2 arrested

CLARKSVILLE, Tenn. (AP) – Authorities say two people who tried to pawn some stolen PlayStations didn’t realize that they had burgled the home of the pawn shop owner. Citing a Clarksville, Tennessee police report, The Leaf-Chronicle (http://leafne.ws/2axFG8I ) says 30-year-old Jeremy A. Watts and 24-year-old Jessica F. Heady tried to ...

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APSU nursing students win awards at program

16 nursing students from APSU participated in the summer internship program called Vanderbilt Experience: Student Nurse Internship Program (VESNIP) and two won top awards at the end of the program. The program presented seven awards. Two APSU students, Emily Reeve and Leanna Swaney took home awards in their category. Reeve ...

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Local hotels to house incoming students

The Office of Housing and Residence Life has contracted out the Riverview Inn and the Best Western Hotel off Exit 4 to serve as overflow housing for incoming students. Students will pay $3300 each semester they live at the hotels as they wait to transfer to on-campus housing. The need to ...

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