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Basketball tops defending champions

APSU’s hot streak in conference play continued Saturday night as the Govs traveled to Jacksonville, Alabama to do battle with the Gamecocks of Jacksonville State, where they came away victorious 87-67. The Govs were able to defeat the reigning conference champions for the first time in Jacksonville since 2011. The ...

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Dean of College of Arts and Letters Dixie Webb to step down

According to TheGovSays, Dixie Webb has resigned as Dean of the College of Arts and Letters. Professor Barry Jones, chair of the APSU Department of Art + Design, has agreed to serve as interim dean and Tony Morris, associate professor of art history, will serve as interim chair of the ...

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Ugba, Taylor help APSU take OVC opener 78-58

CLARKSVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Averyl Ugba and Terry Taylor combined for 40 points and 21 rebounds as Austin Peay opened up Ohio Valley Conference play with a 78-58 win over SIU-Edwardsville Thursday night. The conference win was the first for coach Matt Figger, who took over for Dave Loos, who ...

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The Break Blues

We are now into our second full week of winter break. It’s been half of a month since the week of stress, and we should be at least halfway re-cooped since then. I know that most of our bodies have put their guard down, and we’ve probably caught up on ...

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Vice President of Student Affairs, Dr. Sherryl Byrd, to retire Fall 2018

According to an email sent out by President Alisa White, VP of Student Affairs, Dr. Sherryl Byrd, has announced her retirement Fall 2018 after 11 years at APSU. White said, “Dr. Byrd has invested in and advocated for students and their success throughout her distinguished career, and she will leave a ...

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A Call Home: Kentel Williams

Every athlete has their specific way to prepare for a game. Sometimes they might play a song that puts them in the zone, other times it is a quote or picture taped to the back of their locker that reminds them what they are working for. For APSU’s Kentel Williams, ...

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