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Honor students, athletes are not special

» Patrick Pierce –ppierce3@my.apsu.edu Twice every academic year APSU students are responsible for creating thier class schedule for the upcoming semester online through AP OneStop. Whether a student is allowed to go in and register for the courses depends strictly on the number of credits earned, not including currently registered ...

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Big runs bring down Govs basketball team

–fig1013@gmail.com The Gov’s basketball team had a hard time this past week, dropping both its games against Western Kentucky and DePaul. The Govs were able to hang tough in both games, but long droughts killed them in both games. Against Western on Tuesday, Nov. 13, the Govs had a hard ...

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Student Life ‘Hunger Banquet’ educates students on poverty

–tcomer@my.apsu.edu World hunger is nothing new, but some of the facts students and faculty learned about it at “The Hunger Banquet,” hosted by Student Life and Engagement at APSU on Wednesday, Nov. 14, were surprising. Guests who attended the banquet drew a card at the door which told them what ...

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Lady Govs’ basketball falls hard to Louisville, rebounds to win against Binghamton

–fig1013@gmail.com The Lady Govs Basketball team was able to split their first two home games of the season, falling to no. 8 Louisville, 90-52, on Thursday, Nov. 15 but beating Binghamton on Sunday, Nov. 18, 71-67. The Lady Govs had a tough task against Louisville, and early would rise to ...

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Volleyball falls early in OVC tournament

The Lady Govs’ volleyball season ended on Thursday, Nov. 15, when they lost in the opening round of the Ohio Valley Conference tournament, falling to fifth seeded Tennessee State, 3-1. The Lady Govs were never able to get on track, falling victim to errors throughout the entire game. Third seeded ...

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Lady Govs’ basketball sizzle in second half to overcome flat first half

The Lady Govs’ basketball team was able to finish strong after starting slow in Sunday, Nov. 18’s game against Binghamton, pushing past the visiting Bearcats, 71-67. The team’s performance in the first half could be compared to an old diet coke two-liter: flat and not up to standards, but the ...

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