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Off-campus shooting victims transported from APSU intramural field; one dead

UPDATE: Five were injured in a drive-by shooting in the 900 block of Carpenter Street; one victim has died. One to two blocks from campus, a shooting occurred around 9 p.m. Monday, March 23. Two Life Flight helicopters landed on the intramural fields as critically-injured individuals were transported to Vanderbilt Medical ...

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APSU talent show fills Clement Auditorium

On Tuesday, March 3, students gathered in the Clement Auditorium to cheer for their favorite acts in the APSU talent show, hosted by Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity and Spoken Peayce. Acts ranged from slam poetry to breakdancing, but it was an original song composed by Elizabeth Patterson that won over ...

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Van der Merwe to be vice president for Advancement, Communication, Strategic Initiatives

Athletics Director Derek van der Merwe will fill the position of vice president for Advancement, Communication and Strategic Initiatives beginning Wednesday, April 1. Van der Merwe served as deputy athletics director at Central Michigan University from 1997 to 2013, when he took the position of athletics director at APSU. The vice ...

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APSU hosts first Govs Connection Internship and Networking Fair

>>By Amber McWhorter, Guest Writer APSU hosted the first Govs Connection Internship and Networking Fair on Wednesday Feb. 25, from 1 to 4 p.m. in the MUC Ballroom. It was coordinated by the APSU Alumni Affairs and Career Services and partially funded through the university’s E^3 Initiative. Many students were excited about ...

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