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Food for Fines doubles in participation

Back by popular demand by students, faculty, and staff, the Department of Public Safety and the University’s Save Our Students (SOS) Food Pantry have brought back the Food for Fines program to help pay for parking citations while also providing food for the program According to Michael Kasitz, Director of ...

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On campus for break, here are some food options on Thanksgiving

When Thanksgiving rolls around, many students head home to celebrate the holiday with family and friends. However, for various reasons, many students stay behind. APSU closes on the holiday, leaving students who stay on campus for the holiday without a Thanksgiving meal. Many restaurants and stores will be closed on ...

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New program opens its doors to campus

APSU students now have a new way to get involved to help alleviate the pains of poverty in Clarksville community. The Center for Service-Learning hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony commemorating the launch of The Campus Kitchens Project partnership with APSU on Wednesday, April 12. “The Campus Kitchens Project is a ...

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‘Food for Fines’ offers way to forgive parking fines, donate to community

The APSU Police Department is offering students a way out of their mounting pile of parking fines. The price: canned food. APSU campus police organize a Food for Fines program every year, which allows people who have fines for vehicle infractions. Up to 10 non-perishable items equate to one fine ...

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Center for Service-Learning chickens attacked

APSU’s Center for Service-Learning and Community Engagement (CSLCE), which houses the S.O.S. Food Pantry, has lost two chickens to a suspected dog attack. The chickens, named Mini and Mae, did not survive the attack. A third chicken, Nancy, did survive and was taken to a veterinarian’s office in Joelton for ...

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