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Govs first half too much for Cougars

APSU Women’s Basketball earned their sixth Ohio Valley Conference win of the season behind a 77-65 victory on Thursday, Feb. 7. The Govs (11-11, 6-5) bested their guests, SIU Edwardsville (10-12, 5-6 OVC), a team that they lost to three weeks ago. “[Preparing for this game was] really similar to ...

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APSU set for conference clash with Cougars at home

Coming off what is arguably their biggest win of the season, APSU will look to continue their defensive-focused trend. Scoring has been no obstacle for the Govs (16-7, 8-2 Ohio Valley Conference). Averaging 82.3 points per game, APSU has been hot from the floor. However, the squad has had defensive ...

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Govs host Cougars in OVC rematch

APSU Women’s basketball will be back at their stomping grounds Thursday, February 7 against the SIUE Cougars. Last Saturday, the Govs were up against the JSU Gamecocks in Jacksonville in an Ohio Valley Conference contest. APSU had one of their best free-throw shooting performances of the season making 22 out ...

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Ashford Place Apartment fire leaves students homeless

Josh Brown, an APSU senior, was at his fiancee’s house watching their dog when he received the call.   Brown’s roommate Bryan Hawkins, APSU alumni and member of Kappa Alpha Order, asked him if he was at their apartment. It was around 1:50 p.m., according to Brown. He was not, his roommate ...

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APSU Theatre Department Shows Reimagined ‘Scarlet Letter’

While teaching writing at Mount Holyoke College, the great American writer, James Baldwin, encouraged a student, Suzan-Lori Parks, to write plays. And write she has, for nearly 40 years. Parks was born and raised in an Army family. She is said to have been a prolific storyteller since she was ...

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Government pop-up shop

The government shutdown has ended for now. A bill was passed to reopen the government for three weeks in order to figure out funding for a border wall. It began on Dec. 22 and did not end until Friday, Jan. 25 which makes it the longest in United States history ...

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