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APSU waives fees for military students at Fort Campbell Center

A recent change to the Department of Defenses’ Tuition Assistance program is causing active-duty military personnel to pay out-of-pocket cash for fees associated with pursuing a college education, but Austin Peay State Univer...
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APSU ‘Created Equal’ film screenings seek community bridge building

The Austin Peay State University community extend an open invitation to the public to attend the ‘Created Equal: America’s Civil Rights Struggle’ Film and Community Discussions series.
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Senator Mark Green honors two Immaculate Conception School students

Hannah and Sebastian Motes will be honored at a special ceremony in the chapel at Immaculate Conception School, 1901 Madison St.,on Friday, September 19, at 8 a.m.
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Students enrolled in APSU’s senior thesis class will host public exhibitions of their work this fall. (Photo by Kim Balevre/APSU)

APSU BFA thesis candidates host public exhibition

Fifteen young artists will bring their studies at Austin Peay State University to a close by hosting public exhibitions of the work they created for their senior thesis projects.
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Northwest HS hosts open house

A Community Open House will be held at Northwest High School showcasing the renovations and additions recently completed.
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APSU’s Alumni Travel program eyes England, Costa Rica

Dr. Mickey Wadia visits England several times a year to teach study abroad classes on Shakespeare, and this summer, local travelers will get to take advantage of his extensive knowledge of the area as he hosts an APSU Alumni Tr...
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APSU ROTC conduct Blitz Training on the Cumberland

Anyone driving down Riverside Drive on Sept. 9 might have seen a peculiar sight on the Cumberland River near McGregor Park.
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