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APSU Distance Education looking at other learning platforms

Mahalia Smith | Senior Staff Writer APSU is considering changing the online class system from Desire 2 Learn, or D2L. Proposed systems include Blackboard and Canvas. Each service, including D2L, will have open demonstrations in the MUC Ballrooms later this month. While current students are familiar with the system, APSU ...

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Vice President of Student Affairs, Dr. Sherryl Byrd, to retire Fall 2018

According to an email sent out by President Alisa White, VP of Student Affairs, Dr. Sherryl Byrd, has announced her retirement Fall 2018 after 11 years at APSU. White said, “Dr. Byrd has invested in and advocated for students and their success throughout her distinguished career, and she will leave a ...

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IOC: Russians can compete at Olympics, but without flag

LAUSANNE, Switzerland (AP) — Russian athletes will be allowed to stand on the medal podium at the Winter Olympics — just not with their anthem playing or their nation’s flag rising above them. The International Olympic Committee barred Russia and its sports leaders from the upcoming games in South Korea ...

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Update: No suspect found after unconfirmed reports of man with handgun

APSU has reported that no suspect has been found after receiving a report of a man with a handgun. Campus police and members of the Clarksville Police Department escorted people out of Harned Hall and asked for people to avoid the area. The campus was not officially on lockdown, however, many ...

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23rd Annual Bread and Words offers soup, poems, short stories for students

Every November, the APSU Department of Languages and Literature hosts Bread and Words, an event to raise money for the APSU campus food bank. The event consists of dinner, pots of soup and bread provided by faculty, and a reading of student and faculty work. Barry Kitterman, Hannah Boyd, Tim ...

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SGA suggests removal of 3-a-day meal plan limit

Steven Prescott | Staff Writer SGA passed a vote that could change APSU’s academic calendar. Resolution No. 4 Calls for the Office of the Registrar to make adjustments aligning the university’s Spring Break with the Clarksville-Montgomery School System. Sen. Lane Manley challenged the decision and told colleagues that it would ...

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