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Plant the Campus Red

Many Clarksville natives remember the tornado outbreak in January 1999, which left countless shattered houses and torn trees in its wake. This included much of the plant life that decorated APSU’s grounds. As part of the campus repair efforts, APSU staff and students set out to grow new trees and ...

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President White to join Alpha Delta Pi

APSU President Alisa White will become an alumnae initiate of Alpha Delta Pi’s Eta Gamma Chapter on Friday, April 28. This will be the chapter’s first time using the alumnae initiate program since it was chartered in November 1983. Founded at Wesleyan Female College in 1851, Alpha Delta Pi was ...

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SGA votes to support athletic fee increase

The Student Government Association spent around 15 minutes discussing the proposed increased athletics fee during an extended meeting Wednesday, April 19. With some senators absent, the final vote was 13-4 in favor of supporting Athletic Director Ryan Ivey’s proposition for the athletics department. Sen. Sara Alexander began the discussion by citing ...

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VetSuccess assists with college veteran transition

WILLIAM HAYES | CONTRIBUTING WRITER Twice a semester, VetSucess and the Military Student Center come together  to help former and currently serving men and women of the armed forces and assists in the gap for veterans whether it comes to academic needs such as a need for books or mastering ...

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OUR encourages student research

MAHALIA SMITH | CONTRIBUTING WRITER For over a decade APSU students have received research and travel grants from the office of undergraduate research, OUR, to conduct projects in all areas of study. “We support students that have research ideas and connect them with faculty mentors,” Erin Lynch-Alexander from OUR said. ...

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Survivors speak: 21st annual Clothesline Project

The Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network (RAINN) states one person experiences  sexual assault every 98 seconds. In addition, for 80 percent of juvenile victims, the perpetrator was a parent. According to RAINN, however, only about six of every 1,000 of these stories are brought to light. After rescheduling from ...

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