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APSU welcomes 1,500 at convocation ceremony

Early estimates indicate APSU’s enrollment numbers will equal or slightly improve compared to the 2014-2015 academic year. This is in contrast with  Governor Bill Haslam’s recent TN Promise plan which was expected to decrease enrollment in four-year universities in Tennessee. Haslam’s TN Promise plan offers a tuition-free, two-year degree from ...

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President White talks enrollment plans, selling Strawberry Alley property

APSU President Alisa White unveiled her plans to increase enrollment to 15,000 by 2017 and her ideas on how to utilize the Jenkins & Wynne lot during the annual convocation address on Wednesday, Aug. 19. The faculty and staff convocation ceremony was held in the Mabry Concert Hall in the ...

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APSU awards more than 300 degrees

The excited cheers and shouts of friends and family filled the Dunn Center as APSU’s 86th Commencement ceremony awarded more than 300 graduates with their degrees on Friday, Aug. 7. Of these graduates were Cory Keller, Austin Siders, Aaron Taylor and Cara Upton who are the first students at APSU to graduate ...

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Long-time APSU baseball coach resigns after his arrest

UPDATE: According to a press release sent out by Bill Persinger, executive director of public relations and marketing at APSU, Gary McClure has officially resigned from his position as head coach. APSU officials received and accepted Gary McClure’s resignation Saturday, Aug. 8 after his arrest the previous morning. The head ...

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Fort Campbell, Ky. Army Force reductions less than expected

Fort Campbell, Ky. will lose approximately 360 troops due to army budget cuts according to a statement from Maj. Gen. Gary J. Volesky, commanding general of the 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault). This loss is around one percent of the total Fort Campbell troop population, and is less than the ...

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Former senator appeals seat after Roberts’ executive order

Artrice Pray, who was elected as junior senator in the Student Government Association, is appealing his seat back in response to President Will Roberts’ executive order that Roberts used to remove him from office for actions “detrimental to SGA.” Pray is a suspect in a case involving counts of vehicular ...

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