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Sigma Phi Epsilon wins the Grand Chapter Scholarship

Tennessee Eta chapter of Sigma Phi Epsilon was awarded the Grand Chapter Scholarship Cup on Saturday Feb. 1. The Grand Chapter Scholarship Cup is presented to chapters ranking first in academic standings among fraternities on campus for an entire academic year. To receive such an award, a chapter must have ...

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“Snowpocalypse Now”

APSU and the surrounding area has been brought to its knees the week of Feb. 16 due to Winter Storm Octavia that brought a mix of snow, ice and sleet. The snow drifts reach heights of four to seven inches and hinder most activity within Montgomery County. Many news outlets took significant notice ...

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APSU encourages campus to support It’s On Us movement

>>STAFF REPORT APSU is taking a stand against sexual assault by inviting students and staff to take the It’s On Us pledge. The event sponsored by Student Affairs partners with It’s On Us and asks participants to take an online pledge in support of ending campus sexual assault. “The pledge is ...

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APSU takes Polar Plunge

Students gathered at the Foy Pool to jump into the 47-degree water at the Sixth Annual APSU Polar Plunge on Thursday, Feb. 5. Cost of registration was three canned goods during the pre-registration period or five canned goods to register at the event with all proceeds going to the SOS ...

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Haslam gives speech on education reform

Gov. Bill Haslam gave a speech to attendees of the Tennessee Collegiate Media Summit Thursday, Feb. 4, primarily focusing on education. Haslam’s recently approved Tennessee Promise plan allows students a tuition-free two-year education at any of the 13 community colleges or 27 colleges of applied technology in Tennessee, according to the Tennessee Promise ...

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