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Children of the FED Orphanage, Port-au-Prince, Haiti

[huge_it_gallery id=”56″] There are almost 200 orphanages in Haiti. This particular orphanage in Port-au-Prince known as the “FED orphanage” is run by volunteers, half of which are adults who were raised in the orphanage themselves. Aid workers from the U.S. frequently visit to provide much needed medical care to the ...

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APSU Completes 2017 Spring Commencement

1,123 APSU students took another step in their journey by graduating on Friday, May 5, in the Dunn Center. The theme of the commencement dealt with the next chapter as the milestone was addressed not as a beginning or an end, but a step in the story they tell. APSU ...

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Closing time: Seniors reflect on APSU experience

GLAVINE DAY | SPORTS EDITOR These past four years have been quite a journey for me. I started out as a Sports Broadcasting major, then Public Relations, then back to Sports Broadcasting and then I stuck with Print and Web Journalism as a junior. I worked for PeayNation Sports for ...

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Govs split Morehead on the weekend

APSU Baseball (18-19, 9-11 Ohio Valley Conference) split both of its games with national team batting average leading Morehead State (27-12, 12-5 OVC) on Friday, April 21. The Govs took a no hitter into the sixth inning, but eventually had to fight back for a 3-1 win. In the second ...

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Diversity at APSU

The All State asked faculty, staff and students on campus what they thought of diversity at APSU and how it could improve in the future. The following are their responses, which should represent the campus climate and needs better than an opinion piece from our staff would. I feel like  ...

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Govs close series with 14-10 win

APSU Baseball (16-18, 11-7 Ohio Valley Conference) picked up their only win in a three game series at Eastern Kentucky (21-15, 7-8 OVC) on Saturday, April 15. The Govs fell by scores of 5-4 and 7-6 before picking up their only win 14-10 over the Colonels. EKU drew first blood ...

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