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Crime Log from Jan. 1 – Jan. 13

THEFT (ALL OTHER) North Side of Clement Building- 15 Browning Dr. noon, Jan. 8 OPEN VANDALISM- MISDEMEANOR Castle Heights- 305 Castle Heights Dr. 4:36 a.m., Jan. 1 REPORT   The full crime incident log can be found at www.theallstate.org

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Crime Log From August 26 To September 8

STALKING-MISDEMEANOR 601 Hannum St. 10:20 p.m., Sep. 8 REFERRAL PUBLIC INTOXICATION 312 Drane St. 5:33 p.m., Sep. 8 ARREST PUBLIC INTOXICATION Blount Hall, 14 Govs Ct. 1:01 a.m., Sep. 8 REFERRAL VANDALISM-MISDEMEANOR 236 West Ave. 9:54 a.m., Sep. 7 CLOSED ASSAULT-OFFENSIVE PHYSICAL CONTACT-MISDEMEANOR Foy Rec Center, 425 Marion St. 5:00 ...

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HCC and Cultural Diversity

Promoting Cultural Diversity, Inclusion and Variety in Yearly Programming In 1954, the Brown v. Board of Education decision desegregated schools across the United States. Sixty-four years later, the U.S. is facing another cultural revolution and the diversity in schools is leading it there. Diversity in schools has grown increasingly important ...

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The Divine Nine Unite

Last week, the “Divine Nine” of APSU’s National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC) held events to promote their respective organizations. Each of the NPHC’s have not only a rich history but many notable figures who helped make that history possible. Some famous members include Martin Luther King Jr. (Alpha Phi Alpha), Maya ...

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SGA works to diversify campus

Since 1943 the APSU Student Government Association (SGA) has served the campus of the Govs, seeing to the benefit of all collegiate affairs and trying to help progression of the student body. The SGA serves as the voice for all students and maintains the liaison between students and the faculty, ...

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ROTC Impact and Involvement on the Daily

The majority student led ROTC program here at APSU does community events throughout the semester in addition to being part of the U.S. Army. Colin Crist, senior physics major and S-5 Lead in the ROTC program said, “We don’t do anything for validation from the community, or awards, or community ...

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