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December 16, 2003


Last Tuesdays evacuation of the campus post office due to the discovery of a suspicious package was covered in the Dec. 10 issue of The Leaf-Chronicle. The article featured comments from campus Police Chief Eric Provost and student Shari Ousley.

Austin Peay made the front page of the Dec. 11 issue of The Leaf-Chronicle for hosting the People Helping People choir concert Dec. 14 in the music/mass communication building.
December 16, 2003


Last Tuesday's evacuation of the campus post office due to the discovery of a suspicious package was covered in the Dec. 10 issue of The Leaf-Chronicle. The article featured comments from campus Police Chief Eric Provost and student Shari Ousley.

Austin Peay made the front page of the Dec. 11 issue of The Leaf-Chronicle for hosting the People Helping People choir concert Dec. 14 in the music/mass communication building.

Austin Peay made the front page of The Leaf-Chronicle's “Local” section Dec. 11 with a story on the Communication Research Center's civil liberties study. The article featured comments from Dr. Weiwu Zhang, assistant professor of communication and director of the Center, as well as students Kathy Yung and Gavin Roark.

News that the substance found on the suspicious package that closed the University post office Dec. 9 was toothpaste was featured in The Leaf-Chronicle Dec. 11.

The Clarksville Community Chorus's Dec. 12 holiday concert was previewed in The Leaf-Chronicle Dec. 11.

Austin Peay's offers of free admission to University athletic events for soldiers and dependents was featured in the Dec. 11 issue of The Leaf-Chronicle.

Mention that Tom Osborne, former UN Bureau Chief for ABC News, has volunteered to serve as campaign chair to raise $1 million for an endowed Center for the Study of Politics at Austin Peay appeared in The Leaf-Chronicle Dec. 12.

Notice that Lady Govs fans can get into the team's Dec. 20 game for free with the donation of a toy for Fort Campbell's Junior Enlisted Family Center appeared in the Dec. 12 issue of The Leaf-Chronicle.

Austin Peay nursing students Victoria Echeverri and Titilayo Otunuga were pictured studying for exam at Woodward Library in The Leaf-Chronicle Dec. 12.

The Leaf-Chronicle reported on Austin Peay's Winter Commencement on Dec. 13. A complete listing of the graduating class also ran in that day's newspaper.

The University's new hires appeared in the Dec. 14 issue of The Leaf-Chronicle.

Dr. Lowell Roddy, assistant director of the Counseling and Testing Center, was featured in The Leaf-Chronicle's four-part series on the state of mental health in our community. As of Dec. 16, he had appeared in “Myths of mental illness a hurdle in path to healing” (Dec. 14), “Despite growing demand, mental health care costly” (Dec. 15) and “One in five U.S. children face mental health disorders” (Dec. 16). Counseling and Testing Center student worker Shaquallah Morris was pictured talking with another student in the Dec. 15 edition.

Dr. Vernon Warren, professor of political science, and Dr. Gregory Zieren, associate professor of history, were featured in The Leaf-Chronicle's “APSU professors offer views about Saddam” in the Dec. 16 issue.

Austin Peay's Center for Extended and Distance Education's course offerings for January 2004 ran in the Dec. 16 issue of The Leaf-Chronicle.