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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 ...

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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 ...

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Campus Safety Alert: Unspecified Threats Electronically to the University

Campus Safety Alert

FROM CAMPUS POLICE The University has received vague, unspecified threats through electronic mediums by an unknown individual. Campus Police and other law enforcement agencies are currently investigating these threats. While we do not have reason to believe the threats are valid, we are notifying campus as a safety precaution. Please ...

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APSU experiences parking changes for new academic year

APSU Interactive Parking Map Fall 2017

Parking on campus has experienced some adjustments for the 2017-18 school year. The parking committee discussed many issues last school year and recommended changes to improve campus parking. These recommendations were accepted and the changes took effect on Aug. 21. APSU will no longer paint curbs to designate parking zones. Parking ...

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APSU Spirit Rock vandalized

At around 3:00 a.m. this morning the APSU Spirit Rock was found vandalized with the words, “F—k KA” written along the side. In the photo to the right, members of Alpha Gamma Rho Fraternity worked to cover the profanity. Assistant Executive Director for Advancement and Editor of The Kappa Alpha Journal, Jesse ...

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APSU Parking prepares for potential flash flood

The National Weather Service has called for 6-8 inches of rain in the Clarksville area due to the after effects of Hurricane Harvey and APSU has already braced for the impact. They have issued a Flash Flood Warning for the following counties: Robertson County, TN Cheatham County, TN Dickson County, ...

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