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The Quality Enhancement Plan aims for student engagement

» By Lauren Cottle News Editor The Quality Enhancement Plan is currently advertised with signs in different areas around campus and in regular emails to students as part of a blitz Public Relations effort to promote student knowledge of the program that has already begun to affect APSU. Loretta Griffey ...

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New tutoring services available

By David Harris Staff Writer Last month, the Academic Support Center introduced Student Tracking and Retention System and community tutoring. STARS is a software package obtained by a grant APSU received. The system was suggested by former Provost, Tristan Denley. The new system is available on OneStop to students, faculty ...

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Theft ‘biggest’ security threat for APSU students

By Phillip Swanson Staff Writer On Tuesday, Jan. 21, at Purdue University, a 21 year old student was shot and killed in a classroom. On Friday, Jan. 24, a 20-year-old student was shot and killed at South Carolina State University. On Tuesday, Jan. 28, a man was shot on Tennessee ...

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Celebrate advances in African-American history

» By Meaghan Malone Staff Writer To help celebrate Black History Month, the Wilbur N. Daniel African American Cultural Center at APSU has formed a list of activities throughout February. Also, the APSU cafeteria served “soul food” from February 2-8. Some of the food served throughout the week included fried ...

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Concerns at Winter Olympics

 By Phillip Swanson Staff Writer This year’s Winter Olympics at Sochi in Krasnodar Krai, Russia, have raised concerns about the city’s last-minute construction, privacy, security and safety. Continuing Construction: Journalists in Sochi have taken photos that illustrate how the city was still unprepared for the Olympics two days before the ...

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First lady: Gay football player is ‘inspiration’

WASHINGTON (AP) — Michelle Obama says a gay University of Missouri football player is “an inspiration to all of us.” The first lady took to Twitter on Monday to comment on Michael Sam, the all-American college player who announced Sunday that he is gay. Mrs. Obama says she “couldn’t be ...

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