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Students volunteer during alternative break trips

Many students spend the entirety of their break from school in their hometowns with their family, recharging for the next semester. Some, however, choose to volunteer during parts of their break. These students do so through the Center for Service-Learning and Community Engagement’s Alternative Break Trips. Over winter break, students ...

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Professor Winters recognized with Award for Excellence

The Society of Classical Studies recognizes up to three outstanding professors annually, and on Saturday, Jan. 10, Professor Timothy Winters was recognized as a recipient of one of the Awards for Excellence in the Teaching of Classics. Winters, a professor of Greek and Latin studies, has been teaching at APSU ...

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Lights out at the Super Bowl

»Associated Press NEW ORLEANS — A Super Bowl week that had gone so smoothly for the Big Easy suddenly turned bizarre when everyone was watching. The lights went out on the biggest game of the year. The outage, blamed on an unspecified “abnormality” in the Superdome’s power system, was an ...

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