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Awarded a Pell Grant? Better double-check

WASHINGTON (AP) — Potentially tens of thousands of students awarded a Pell Grant or other need-based federal aid for the coming school year could find it taken away because of a mistake in filling out the form. The mistake primarily stems from an online form change to the Free Application ...

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Conflicting views of Ind. shooting suspect emerge

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — A Purdue University engineering student who police say fatally shot another student in a basement classroom prepared to face a judge as those who knew both men struggled to make sense of the violence Wednesday. Cody Cousins, 23, was scheduled to make an initial court appearance Thursday ...

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Maynard construction in final days

New dorms have not been the only buildings in construction this year at APSU. The new Maynard Mathematics and Computer Science Building has been coming together, as well. Construction crews broke ground August 2012, and now the facility is close to completion. “The Maynard Building is scheduled to be substantially ...

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APSU teams up with VA to provide military students counseling

APSU is currently taking steps toward providing military veterans with rehabilitation counseling this month, according to an APSU press release. Rehabilitation counseling is designed to help those with not just mental health issues, but also for those who want to achieve their personal life and career goals. “I think that ...

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APSU receives recognition

APSU received recognition on Tuesday, Sept. 10 for being one of the top military-friendly schools and moved up 18 spots in the US News yearly college rankings. Last year, APSU was ranked 87th on the US News regional rankings. APSU falls into the ‘South’ region and is ranked as 69th ...

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SGA’s Academic Integrity Week raises awareness on cheating and plagiarism

By Lauren Cottle Staff Writer   Students ate doughnuts and sipped on lemonade as they learned about the dangers of academic dishonesty last week. The SGA-sponsored Academic Integrity Week, from Tuesday, Sept. 10 to Thursday, Sept. 12, included events such as a doughnut breakfast in the UC lobby called “Do-not ...

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