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Helping Hands banquet celebrates influential individuals

The 2015 Helping Hands Award Banquet celebrated the individuals nominated by 17 non-traditional APSU students for contributing to their academic accomplishments and leaving an impact on their lives. The event took place on Tuesday, April 7 in the MUC and gave each student an opportunity to explain why their nominee was ...

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APSU adjunct professor cleared of all charges

James Trodglen, APSU adjunct professor in the Department of Communication, has been cleared of all violation of order of protection charges. Trodglen’s arraignment was Monday, April 6, and the prosector issued an order of Nolle Prosequi, a legal term meaning unwillingness to pursue the charges. “I’m glad the justice system ...

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UPDATE: Vehicle shot in Foy lot, unrelated to earlier shooting

The vehicle damaged by a presumed gunshot is unrelated to the shooting on Thursday, April 9, in Lincoln Homes, according to Executive Director of Public Relations and Marketing Bill Persinger. A vehicle parked in the Foy lot was reported to have broken windows from what appeared to be a gunshot ...

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The Monocle Yearbook No Longer In Print

Student Publications has cancelled the 2015 print edition of The Monocle Yearbook and any editions afterward until further notice. Students on the yearbook staff will still receive scholarships and remain a part of Student Publications, but due to difficulty selling and funding the publication in recent years, no physical yearbooks ...

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APSU to lose Trahern lot due to construction, students voice concerns

Due to upcoming construction of the new fine arts building, APSU will lose the Trahern lot. On Tuesday, March 31, Chief of Police Michael Kasitz provided information to students at the parking forum about the loss of parking. Trahern lot includes 185 faculty and staff spaces and 40 Harvill Hall ...

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