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APSU breaks ground on new $16-million fine arts building

APSU has broken ground on a new $16 million fine arts building set to open for the spring semester of 2017. President Alisa White, Tenn. Board of Regents Chancellor John Morgan and APSU students were in attendance for the groundbreaking ceremony on Tuesday, Sept. 1. During the ceremony, White explained ...

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APSU volleyball spikes 2 wins

Everything was there for the Lady Govs volleyball team in their home opener except for the win. The fans in the Dunn Center made their presence known by supporting the Lady Govs as they battled to the wire against the University of Evansville Purple Aces. The Purple Aces overcame the ...

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Gov. Haslam aims to privatize universities

Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam has begun exploring privatization options aiming to optimize the efficiency of state-funded organizations like universities and prisons. This would affect college students because it would make personal contact with business offices on campus harder to receive. A facilities management outsourcing request for information showed Haslam’s plans ...

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Student advocates for commuters

Parking is an ongoing concern at APSU, but one student has taken initiative to spread helpful information about how commuters can handle it. Trahern lot, a frequently used faculty parking lot, was lost before the fall semester began due to the construction of the new fine arts building. As a ...

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APSU baseball is getting their swag back

APSU Interim Baseball Head Coach Derrick Dunbar said he has high expectations for the upcoming season. APSU President Alisa White named the former assistant baseball coach as interim head coach on Wednesday, Aug. 26. According to APSU Athletic Director Ryan Ivey, Dunbar will be a candidate in the search for ...

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