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Chats on climate change

The world’s leading climate scientists have warned that there are only a dozen years to keep global warming to a maximum of 1.5C, beyond which the risk of droughts, floods, and extreme heat increase drastically. The Fourth National Climate Assessment (NCA4), a 1,500 page two-part congressionally mandated report by the U.S. ...

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SGA goes to TISL

The APSU Student Government Association (SGA) convened on Wednesday, Nov. 28 at 5 p.m. The Senate welcomed guest speakers from the 2018 Tennessee Intercollegiate State Legislature (TISL) delegation. Act 1 was passed unanimously and the meeting concluded with senators reading their resolutions. The Tennessee Intercollegiate State Legislature (TISL) is an ...

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Art + Design Partners with Chautauqua Institution

This summer APSU’s Art + Design faculty will partner with the faculty at the Chautauqua Institution School of Art in New York City for the 2019 Visual Arts at Chautauqua Institution (VACI) Residency from June 22 through Aug. 10. Chautauqua is a highly selective summer art program. APSU faculty will ...

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APSU Starts New Online Tutoring Program

Technology today offers many benefits for the community on many levels, including education. One of the primary academic support systems in our contemporary times is tutoring, which comes in different forms, including online. For APSU students, most are familiar with the scheduled tutoring provided by the Academic Support Center at ...

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Resolution to help create possible daycare for ANTS

  Among APSU’s immensely varied student body is a unique population of ANTS or Adult, Non-traditional and Transfer Students. While the non-traditional student has a wide definition encompassing many different kinds of individuals, researchers typically consider the non-traditional student to have at least one of the following characteristics: being independent ...

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Theft persists at APSU

  Early November, four vehicles were broken into and one vehicle was even reported stolen. Is there a criminal mastermind preying on the Austin Peay campus? Hardly, the reported vehicles had one thing in common: they were left unlocked. The suspect is a black male, whom at the time of ...

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