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‘Coffee and Conversation’ with Representative Joe Pitts

On Tuesday, Sept. 17, Einstein Bros Bagels hosted “Coffee and Conversation” with Tenn. Representative Joe Pitts. Students were given the opportunity to go to Einstein Bros Bagels and have cinnamon twists and 50-cent small coffees while listening to and discussing issues with Pitts, such as politics, education and issues affecting ...

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20 faculty members join the APSU ranks

By Brittany Hickey News Editor 20 new assistant and associate professors have started their tenure at APSU this fall. The College of Arts and Letters has six new professors, the College of Business has four, one new assistant professor joined the School of Technology and Public Management, six faculty were ...

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Tim Hall blogs education for Huffington Post

–cscruton@my.apsu.edu While it’s no secret many college students nowadays are heavily immersed in social networking and online culture, probably not many students return from winter break to find their university presidents writing blog posts. However, blogging is exactly what President Tim Hall has been doing in his spare time this ...

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Feds’ loan changes hamper black college enrollment

ATLANTA — Ariadne Partlow dreamed of graduating Spelman College and moving on to medical school, but instead of studying biology this semester, she worked at a fast-food Chinese restaurant. The Jackson, Tenn., native was among thousands of students who unexpectedly either had to stay at home, transfer to a less ...

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Obama moves U.S. forward

» RYAN WHIPKEY APSU COLLEGE DEMOCRATS PRESIDENT Guest Writer Many people are getting interested in whom to cast their vote for and may feel overwhelmed. I believe there is only one choice that will make our country stronger and that is to vote to re-elect President Barack Obama for another ...

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Final debate covers foreign policy

–kkittell@my.apsu.edu On Monday, Oct. 22, President Obama and presidential hopeful Gov. Mitt Romney faced off in the final presidential debate before election day on Tuesday, Nov. 6. While the subject of the debate was intended to be foreign policy, the discussion was often redirected to education and strengthening the American ...

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