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News of Austin Peays proposed Institute for Global Security Studies made the Kentucky New Era Jan. 9.

The Tennessean quoted Dr. Jerry Plummer, professor of economics, in a Jan. 13 article on the factors behind Tennessee historically having one of the highest rates of per capita bankruptcy filings in the nation.
News of Austin Peay's proposed Institute for Global Security Studies made the Kentucky New Era Jan. 9.

The Tennessean quoted Dr. Jerry Plummer, professor of economics, in a Jan. 13 article on the factors behind Tennessee historically having one of the highest rates of per capita bankruptcy filings in the nation.

If you were watching the news on WSMV-Channel 4 last week, you might have seen the profile on Adam Lander, a junior at Rossview High School who made perfect scores on the ACT and SAT. His father is none other than John Lander, manager of the Office of Information Technology.

Soprano Barbara Quintiliani's visit to Northwest High School, an event made possible through the Center of Excellence for the Creative Arts, appeared in The Leaf-Chronicle's Jan. 14 edition.

The Todd County Standard (Ky.) featured an article on Professor Emeritus Max Hochstetler's mural depicting the history of Austin Peay, which has been installed in the Tommy Head Atrium of the Sundquist Science Complex, in the Jan. 14 edition.

Gregg Schlanger, professor of art, and Becky Hall, adjunct professor of art, were featured in The Leaf-Chronicle's “Go” section Jan. 16. Hall is co-organizer of the Downtown Artist Co-op's “Six and Under …and Way Over” exhibit, in which each work by artists 6 and under is paired with a response piece created by an adult. Schlanger has a sculpture in the show created in response to a drawing by his daughter, Marilyn Schlanger, 3.

An announcement that Austin Peay offers free tickets to the University's athletic events to soldiers and their dependents ran in the Jan. 16 edition of The Leaf-Chronicle.

A feature on The Oxymorons, a rock band made up of Dr. Mickey Wadia, professor of English, on keyboards, Dr. Tim Winters, professor of classics, on drums, Dr. Stanley Yates, professor of music, on guitar, and bassist Ray Carroll, an Austin Peay alum—ran on the front page of the “Local” section in The Leaf-Chronicle's Jan. 17 issue.

The Leaf-Chronicle's Jan. 18 edition featured a story on Austin Peay's 20th Candlelight Ball, which will be held March 13 at the Hilton Suites in Nashville.

News that Dr. Sherry Hoppe met with Tennessee Board of Regents Chair Charles Manning to discuss Troy State University's proposal for a Clarksville satellite campus ran in The Tennessean Jan. 20.