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WNDAACC hosts a meeting about voting and why it is important

This Nov. 6 Americans nationwide will vote in the General Elections to determine their new state leaders. Yet, a raising concern in the Clarksville community, as well as the nation, is that many people, young people especially, do not participate in the voting season. In fact, many believe that young ...

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Plaque to honor James Diehr’s work for community

Members of the APSU and Clarksville community came together in the Art + Design building’s Heydel Hall to recognize Dr. James Diehr. He was honored with a plaque for his sculpture “The Gateway” which he created in 1986 under the commission of then APSU President, Robert O’Riggs. APSU also honored ...

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SGA weekly meeting discusses changes needed at APSU to promote inclusion

SGA’s weekly meeting discussed legislation for an on-campus LGBTQ cultural center, a day care for non-traditional families and more noticeable parking signs for students.  At 5 p.m., Vice President Delane opened the floor up for business was a resolution to provide day care for non-traditional students to study. Senator William ...

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Group soliciting on campus connected to religious group God the Mother

According to a recent mass email from TheGovSays, campus police received several phone calls on Oct. 24 through LifeSafe about a group on campus soliciting students. These reports rumored that the group may be connected with a human trafficking ring. Campus Police investigated and interviewed the individuals soliciting but found ...

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Senate candidate, former Gov. Phil Bredesen visits APSU

Students were pleasantly surprised when Tennessee’s Democratic Senate candidate and former Gov. Phil Bredesen made a visit to APSU. The College Democrats sponsored a meet and greet with Bredesen which occurred in MUC 305 on Tuesday, Oct. 23. Bredesen’s appearance follows his year-long campaign from his Dec. 6, 2017 announcement ...

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A brief guide for those inclined to vote

The midterm elections are just around the corner and they are shaping up to be one of the most divisive votes in recent memory. With the Senate hanging in the balance, here is everything you need to know for the vote on Nov. 6. The elections of 2016 gave the ...

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