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APSU School of Nursing seeking comments for accreditation

According to an email sent by Provost Rex Gandy, the APSU School of Nursing is seeking comments from the public for accreditation site visits from the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education or (CCNE). CCNE will visit APSU March 19-21 and requires that all institutions provide an opportunity to students, faculty ...

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Williams added to watchlist for the Buck Buchanan Award

APSU defensive end Jaison Williams has been added to the watchlist for the 2017 STATS FCS Buck Buchanan Award. The award is an annual accolade given to the most regarded defensive player in the Football Championship Subdivision. The award began in 1995. Since its creation, no player from the Ohio Valley ...

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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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Figger holds first press conference as head coach

APSU Athletics held a press conference to announce Matt Figger as the new men’s basketball head coach on Thursday, April 6. Figger was all smiles, waiting to speak to APSU fans after becoming the first hire to the position in over 27 years. “What a great day it is to be a ...

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INKED: Tattoos show personality not work ethic

Tattoos should not dictate whether a hiring manager says “yes” or “no.” Someone might get a tattoo for a number of reasons. Sometimes it is a split-second decision, an image chosen based off something the person saw and liked. Perhaps the person wants to get a tattoo to commemorate an ...

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Letter to the Editor

Non-Science Majors Should Take Science Classes as Electives >Jacob Robertson As I enter my senior year as a physics major, confirming my Spring schedule comes with a sense of relief. My semesters are finally full with science classes in my field of study, undiluted with the core requirements of subjects ...

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