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Making icy waves

The air was 37 degrees, the slight breeze cutting through their coats as they stood outside the Foy. With the clouds rolling in, the various photographers huddling underneath a tent blasting heat from external heaters and the air this cold, it was the perfect opportunity to jump in the pool. ...

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APSU takes Polar Plunge

Students gathered at the Foy Pool to jump into the 47-degree water at the Sixth Annual APSU Polar Plunge on Thursday, Feb. 5. Cost of registration was three canned goods during the pre-registration period or five canned goods to register at the event with all proceeds going to the SOS ...

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Cold water for a good cause

>>Philip Sparn News Editor More than a hundred APSU students, faculty and staff plunged into the cold waters of the Foy Center pool on Thursday, Jan. 31, to benefit the SOS Food Pantry in the fourth annual APSU Polar Plunge. At 3 p.m. the water temperature in the Foy Center ...

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Polar plunging for SOS Food Pantry

»BRITTANY HICKEY The Foy pool is going to be absolutely arctic on Jan. 31 when students and faculty join in the fourth annual Polar Plunge to support the APSU SOS Food Pantry. Last year 200 people dove into a 45 degree pool – that’s 40 degrees below normal swimming temperature. ...

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