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APSU president, Dr. Alisa White stands as Larry Vannozzi of the National Weather Service explains the designation to APSU Police Chief, Michael Kasitz.

APSU certified “StormReady”

Clarksville and Montgomery County are no strangers to severe weather, as flood, thunderstorm and tornado warnings are common occurrences in the lives of its citizens.
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APSU grad to study poetry at Robert Frost’s summer house

A small, white house located on a farm in New Hampshire, the property now known as The Frost Place served as American poet Robert Frost’s summer home from 1915 through 1938.
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Grammy winner Rhonda Larson performs in final Acuff Concert

The final Roy Acuff Chair of Excellence recipient of 2014-15, Grammy Award winning flutist Rhonda Larson, will bring her talents to campus for a series of lectures and master classes at Austin Peay State University the week of ...
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APSU fraternity recognized by NIC

The North-American Interfraternity Conference (NIC) announced that 10 fraternity chapters from across North America will be recognized on April 19, at the Gold Medal Banquet during the NIC Annual Meeting in Kansas City.
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Watauga Arts showcased at APSU

The Watauga Arts Academy, hosted by Austin Peay State University, is a summer program offering high school students the opportunity to participate in a collaborative and creative “think tank” for visual arts, music, dance a...
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APSU Opera/Orchestra to present Rossini’s “La Cambiale di Matrimonio”

Opening this weekend at Austin Peay State University is the APSU Opera Theatre’s production of Gioachino Rossini’s farce “La Cambiale di Matrimonio,” paired with a prologue entitled “Reflections on Modern Relationsh...
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APSU welcomes Golf Champion David Meador

On a winter afternoon, shortly after losing his eyesight, Meador stood with his father on an empty golf course. The older Meador handed his son a golf club.
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