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APSU nursing program ranks in top one percent

APSU’s School of Nursing is ranked in the top percentile of nursing programs in the nation. NurseJournal.org conducted a survey evaluating 1,189 schools and APSU came in at 32, beating out well-known universities like Johns Hopkins, Yale and North Carolina. “Being ranked 32 out of 1,189 schools in the eastern ...

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Red Bus Project visits APSU, benefits orphaned children

Students passed through the MUC Plaza on Thursday, Sept. 17 and saw something out of the ordinary. A red double-decker bus parked on the street with signs to fill a bucket with clothes for $5 to benefit orphaned children were displayed. The Red Bus Project is a double-decker mobile thrift ...

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SGA votes down scholarship proposal

SGA voted down a proposal by Sen. Peter Ponce to lower the amount of work study hours scholarship holding students need to complete from 75 hours to 50 hours in the second meeting of the year. Ponce’s resolution was defeated in a 2 to 15 vote after a discussion by ...

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Amended Clery Act adds new provisions

The Violence Against Women Act was recently added to the Clery Act, adding more protections for victims of sexual assault and dating violence. These revisions went into effect on July 1. The Clery Act is a procedure that requires all colleges and institutions to share information about crime on campus ...

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APSU breaks ground on new $16-million fine arts building

APSU has broken ground on a new $16 million fine arts building set to open for the spring semester of 2017. President Alisa White, Tenn. Board of Regents Chancellor John Morgan and APSU students were in attendance for the groundbreaking ceremony on Tuesday, Sept. 1. During the ceremony, White explained ...

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