Gov ‘Color’ Run raises $4,000 for scholarships

The annual Gov ‘Color’ Run raised more than $4,000 in scholarships the evening of Saturday, Sept. 26. The starting line, finish line and after-party were located at the Intramural Fields. The event was hosted by Alumni Relations, and students, alumni and family members in the community were all welcome to participate. The Color Run went […]

APSU nursing program ranks in top one percent

APSU’s School of Nursing is ranked in the top percentile of nursing programs in the nation. conducted a survey evaluating 1,189 schools and APSU came in at 32, beating out well-known universities like Johns Hopkins, Yale and North Carolina. “Being ranked 32 out of 1,189 schools in the eastern region of the U.S. by […]


An Introduction to Let’s Be Honest

Hello lovelies! My name is Jordan Privitt and I am the blogger behind “Let’s Be Honest.” I am so excited to be able to write this blog and to share not only my ideas, but also some information about things that are going on around Clarksville. Much of what you read on here may seem […]

Nashville, Wizard World Comic Con

Wizard World Comic Con hits Nashville this weekend at Music City Center in Nashville, Tenn. The event is apart of North America’s largest pop-culture touring expo. Guests stars including Danny Trejo, Candice Patton, Jewel Staite, John Schneider, Erik Estrada, Larry Wilcox, Jim Cummings and Adam Baldwin are among the hundreds of celebrities and industry professionals […]


APSU baseball expects to return to OVC tournament

Head Baseball Coach Travis Janssen and the rest of the team believe this year expect to see a different ending for the 2016 season, although the team is currently adjusting to their new coach and searching for a pitching coach. The team had a record of 25-26 last season and 15-15 in the Ohio Valley […]

Govs runners sprinted to 1st place victories

In the midst of a little dew on the ground, the APSU cross country teams took to the field. With it drizzling rain the night before, that didn’t stop the women’s and men’s teams for defending the Austin Peay Cross Country Festival in Clarksville. On Saturday morning, Sept. 26, the ladies started it off. Unjila […]


We he@rd you like to subtweet

The malicious act of subtweeting influences young adults and teenagers to engage in passive aggressive behavior online, which damages relationships and increases bullying. In order to prevent problems caused by subtweeting, schools and university organizations should implement policies against one’s social media presence. Twitter has revolutionized American culture with its invention of the subtweet. Subtweeting […]

School roll call

APSU’s attendance policy is great for the teachers, but not for the students it applies to. Attendance is a subject not many students can agree on. Whether they believe the policy is too strict or too lax depends on many factors, although most agree APSU’s is a flawed policy. According to APSU’s website, the attendance […]

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Mom of Baby Doe arrested, her boyfriend charged with murder

DENISE LAVOIE, AP Legal Affairs Writer   BOSTON (AP) — A mother was arrested and her boyfriend was charged with murder in the death of a little girl whose body was found inside a trash bag on a Boston Harbor island this summer and who became known as Baby Doe, a prosecutor said Friday after […]

Concussion symptoms end Gerron’s Austin Peay career

CLARKSVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Concussion-related issues have caused Austin Peay running back Otis Gerron to end his college career. Gerron had rushed for a team-high 596 yards last season despite missing most of two games because of a concussion. He left Austin Peay’s 52-6 loss to Southern Mississippi last week because of concussion-like symptoms. The […]

Soft cheese linked to listeria death in Ohio

MARY CLARE JALONICK, Associated Press   WASHINGTON (AP) — A California company has recalled several brands of soft cheeses after they were linked to 24 illnesses around the country over the last five years, including a 2012 death in Ohio. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Friday that Karoun Dairies, Inc., has voluntarily […]

Search resumes for tangled blue whale off California coast

RANCHO PALOS VERDES, Calif. (AP) — Whale watch boats and the Coast Guard are resuming their search off Southern California for a blue whale entangled in hundreds of feet of fishing line. Federal marine officials said Sunday that they are seeking assistance from boaters and pilots who may spot the 80-foot mammal. The whale hasn’t […]