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Legislation for concealed carry gains traction in certain states

The carrying of concealed weapons on college campuses is being discussed in multiple states, with students and lawmakers alike carrying various opinions on the issue. According to Sabrina Siddiqui of The Guardian, in Texas, the state senate is expected to pass a bill allowing open carry. Texas already has bills ...

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Tennessee colleges meet at summit to fight sexual assaults on campuses

NASHVILLE — A two-day summit focused on fighting sexual assaults at college campuses is drawing about 400 officials from 76 schools across Tennessee. Media report the meeting begins Tuesday, Jan. 27 at Tennessee State University and will feature national experts who will offer training on issues like defining consent, prevention ...

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Presidential Search Committee meets for the first time

» By Lauren Cottle News Editor The Presidential Search Committee met on Monday, Feb. 17, to discuss the process of selecting nominees for the next APSU president. The purpose of the committee is advisory, which means the members will collectively pick three to five satisfactory candidates. These names will then ...

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APSU provost becomes Vice Chancellor at TBR

This summer, APSU lost Tristan Denley to a job as the Vice Chancellor of the Tennessee Board of Regents. He served as the provost and vice president of academic affairs since 2009. As a provost Denley served as the academic administrator for APSU, supervising curricular and research affairs. Denley has ...

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APSU unveils campus master plan proposals

» By Brittany Hickey Staff Writer For the most part, Arthur Lidsky’s proposals for APSU’s 15-year master plan were largely hypothetical – dependent entirely upon fundraising. The expansion of the fine arts complex, however, is neither. According to Lidsky, president of the campus planning firm DLM Planners, APSU plans to ...

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Going abroad: Study abroad programs offer learning opportunities, unique experiences

–lsapp@my.apsu.edu While it may seem like a vacation, studying abroad is more than a simple trip to another country. Studying abroad is a great way to immerse yourself in a country’s culture while earning credit hours, according to English professor Jill Franks. “After a study abroad experience, students may desire ...

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