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Communications department forms a new community on campus

The Department of Communications has developed the very first Living and Learning Community (LLC) on campus. Last year, Assistant Vice President for Student Affairs and Director of Housing Joe Mills sent out an email to faculty and staff asking if there was any interest in forming an LLC on campus. ...

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APSU department uses Google grant to help firefighters

BY ALYSSA LONGWORTH, CONTRIBUTING WRITER APSU’s Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Center received a Google grant to develop its project to create technology which locates volunteer firefighters in the field. Google’s Internet of Things (IoT) Research Award focuses on devices that use the internet to communicate. The grant provided equipment to ...

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New Permanent Sculpture Added to APSU Campus

APSU has added a new permanent sculpture to the bowl in front of the Woodward Library. The sculpture, entitled The Cardboard Kids: Monument to the Nontraditional Student, features three metal “vehicles” meant to represent the nontraditional student body of APSU. The makeshift models are meant to look ragged and pieced ...

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APSU graduates over 200 students at Summer Commencement

By: William Fisher and Storm Brooks, News Editor and Staff Writer In an early afternoon ceremony, the university awarded over 200 degrees to students at APSU’s 88th Commencement Ceremony. The event took place in Dunn Center on Friday, Aug. 5, at 2 p.m. Students from the College of Arts and ...

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Adulting 101: Let’s talk about Career Services

So at this point in our wonderful adventure on the journey towards real adulthood, we’ve all taken the time to perfect those resumes, right? I sure hope so. For those of us who may be struggling to put how that one summer spent as a camp counselor makes us a ...

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Adulting 101: Step away from the Netflix

Before we begin the magical journey of transitioning from a dorm room to a board room, we need to have a little bit of real talk. Now, I know most of us don’t want to admit that this is a problem, but it is. There are many contributing factors in ...

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