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Gov. Haslam aims to privatize universities

Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam has begun exploring privatization options aiming to optimize the efficiency of state-funded organizations like universities and prisons. This would affect college students because it would make personal contact with business offices on campus harder to receive. A facilities management outsourcing request for information showed Haslam’s plans ...

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85th anniversary marks the year of newsracks

Brand-new metal newsracks housing each week’s edition of The All State can now be found installed on APSU’s main campus for the first time in The All State‘s 85-year history. The new crimson racks have a metal body with glass doors encasing the week’s new edition, a recycling bin at the base and advertising space on ...

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$800,000 renovations up efficiency in the café

A fresh coat of paint, new lighting and a hot slice of pizza are all things that new and returning APSU students can expect from the newly renovated café in the Morgan University Center. The café reopened Thursday, August 20 after undergoing around an $800,000 renovation over the summer break ...

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UPDATE: Warrants say shooter feared for his “battered and assaulted” friends

» By Sean McCully, Glavine Day News Editor, Sports Editor UPDATE: During his interview with police on Sunday, Aug. 23, Marcus Mitchell confessed to allegedly shooting the APSU football player on Sunday according to his arrest warrant. According to the warrant, “[Mitchell said] he was in fear for his already battered and assaulted ...

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Trahern lot closed, Jenkins & Wynne purchase set to close

With the construction of the new fine arts building comes the loss of Trahern lot, meaning more than 200 parking spaces will be lost, pushing faculty and students to other lots around campus. Overall, APSU has lost 185 faculty and staff spaces and 40 Harvill resident parking spaces, which includes ...

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