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SGA holds blood drive

The Student Government Association and the American Red Cross held their annual blood drive Wednesday, Feb. 11, and Thursday, Feb. 12, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the MUC ballroom. “We collect blood for people who are sick or have injuries; if they need it, we provide it,” said Lisa ...

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Three APSU alumni share their literary works

Fiction writer and poet Kory Shrum, poet and publisher Stephanie Bryant Anderson and nonfiction writer Heather Donahoe read original works for students and staff at an alumni reading on Wednesday, Feb. 11. English Professor Barry Kitterman, who was in charge of the event, said he was thrilled to have writers share ...

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Break in classes hinders some students in specialized disciplines

As APSU announced campus would be closed Monday, Feb. 16, to Saturday, Feb. 21 due to hazardous conditions, many students relished the break from classes and other activities. But while some spent the weeklong break building snowmen, orchestrating snowball fights and sledding on everything from trashcan lids to inflatable inner ...

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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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