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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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‘Landmark’ SCOTUS decision legalizes gay marriage countrywide

The Supreme Court building in Washington, D.C. was the location of much celebration on June 26 as the Supreme Court legalized gay marriage in every state across the U.S. In what some are referring to as a “landmark” Supreme Court ruling, the Obergefell v. Hodges case, asserting the limitation of marriage ...

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SGA President Will Roberts signs executive order after warrant for former senator’s arrest

Student Government Association President Will Roberts issued an executive order on Tuesday, June 9, that removed Artrice Pray from his elected senate position after he was arrested on charges of alleged vehicular burglary, credit card fraud, identity theft and forgery. The Clarksville Police Department arrested Pray after a warrant for ...

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APSU police find reports of armed man on campus false

On Thursday, June 11, campus security investigated a possible security risk and determined it was not a threat to the campus. According to an email from APSU Chief of Police Michael Kasitz, APSU police received reports of a large white male wearing a purple shirt who was possibly armed with ...

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Executive director for University Advancement retires after 24 years

Having worked at APSU for 24 years, Roy Gregory, executive director for University Advancement, announced Thursday, June 4 to his colleagues and friends that he will retire on Tuesday, June 30. Gregory said he believes APSU is special because of the great people on campus and the outstanding alumni supporters ...

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