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Trahern lot closing lasts through Winter Break

>> STAFF REPORT A portion of the Trahern parking lot was closed during Winter Break due to work by the Facilities Planning and Projects Department. The initial plan was for the closed portion of the lot to be reopened for faculty and staff parking by the start of classes on ...

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APSU officials, community speak against downsizing at Fort Campbell

    President Alisa White and Athletics Director Derek van der Merwe represented APSU’s concerns about the military downsizing at the Fort Campbell listening session on Tuesday, Feb. 20. The session was held to address questions about downsizing the military personnel at Fort Campbell and to allow citizens from the surrounding areas to ...

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Food for Fines collects 1,627 food items

» By David Harris Staff Writer In December 2014, the APSU Police Department of Public Safety partnered with the campus Save Our Students Food Pantry and conducted the “Food for Parking Fines” program. From Monday, Dec. 8 to Sunday, Dec. 14, students, faculty and staff could donate 10 food items ...

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President Obama not serious about change, Republicans say following State of Union

WASHINGTON — President Barack Obama said it’s time to turn the page after years of economic hardship at home and wars overseas. But Republicans in charge of Congress say the voters already took care of that last November — and they’re the proof. “Much of what he did tonight … new ...

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APSU Center of Excellence accepts nominations for Acuff Circle Ovation Awards

The Center of Excellence for the Creative Arts at APSU is accepting nominations for the Acuff Circle Ovation Awards until Tuesday, Jan. 20. There are four categories of these awards that individuals and institutions may be nominated for: Individual Artist, Young Artist, Community and Business. Nominees for the Individual Artist ...

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