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APSUs Disability Awareness Month events were promoted on the front page of The Leaf-Chronicle April 7. The story featured comments from APSU students Stacey Francis, Jeff Sanders and Brittney Fort.

Dr. Houston Davis, assistant vice president for academic affairs, was pictured in The Leaf-Chronicles Living section March 7. Davis is participating in the Montgomery County Historical Societys Dinner with the Lively Dead April 12-17.
APSU's Disability Awareness Month events were promoted on the front page of The Leaf-Chronicle April 7. The story featured comments from APSU students Stacey Francis, Jeff Sanders and Brittney Fort.

Dr. Houston Davis, assistant vice president for academic affairs, was pictured in The Leaf-Chronicle's “Living” section March 7. Davis is participating in the Montgomery County Historical Society's “Dinner with the Lively Dead” April 12-17.

Austin Peay's National Alcohol Screening Day (April 7) was reported in The Leaf-Chronicle's “Everyday Matters” column April 7.

News that Austin Peay alum Jane Slate Siena has been honored by Russian President Vladimir Putin made the front page of The Leaf-Chronicle's “Local” section April 8.

A community invitation to join in APSU's annual “Plant the Campus Red” event (April 24) ran in The Leaf-Chronicle's “Schools Update” April 9.

Laurina Lyle, coordinator of Project WETT for the Center of Excellence for Field Biology, was featured in The Leaf-Chronicle's April 9 “Spotlight.” The Center was awarded the 2003 Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation Higher Education Environmental Stewardship Award.

The Leaf-Chronicle's April 10 front-page headline said it all: “APSU receives glowing reviews.” The story announced the University's “clean report” from the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS) and featured comments from APSU President Sherry Hoppe and Mitch Robinson, vice president for finance and administration.

Austin Peay's campus radio station, WAPX-FM, was featured on the front page of The Leaf-Chronicle's “Local” section April 10. The station, which is celebrating its 20th anniversary, is scheduled to jump to 6,000 watts and double its signal this summer, reaching much of Western Kentucky, Springfield and Ashland City. In addition, the station will switch from the frequency 91.7 to 91.9. The story offered comments from Dr. David von Palko, professor of communication and director of broadcasting and cable operations, and John Moseley, assistant professor of communication and station manager for WAPX-FM.

An upcoming lecture by visiting artist Hirokazu Kosaka was featured in The Leaf-Chronicle April 10. The article featured comments from Gregg Schlanger, professor of art.

News that Austin Peay students Ryan Hulguin and Billy Teets took top honors at a meeting of the American Association of Physics Teachers, Tennessee Section, made The Leaf-Chronicle's “Community Spotlight” April 10.

The Dean's List for Spring I at the Fort Campbell Center was printed in The Leaf-Chronicle's “Community Spotlight” April 10.

Austin Peay is featured on the Grammy Web site for hosting the Grammy in the Schools program last month. The story mentions Dr. Allen Henderson, associate professor of music. See the article online at http://www.grammy.com/nashville.aspx.

“Austin Peay gets graded: University scores well in accreditation review” was the topic of The Leaf-Chronicle's April 13 editorial. The last paragraph says: “Much of the credit for this outstanding showing goes to (APSU President Sherry) Hoppe. She and her staff have worked to elevate APSU to a higher level of excellence in higher education that will benefit the students who attend the university.”

APSU nursing student Audi Cuevas was pictured on the front page of The Leaf-Chronicle's April 13 “Local” section.

The Center for Extended and Distance Education's schedule of classes ran in The Leaf-Chronicle's “Local” section April 13.

Gregg Schlanger, professor of art, was pictured with APSU art student Brad Reagan, wiping down the base of Schlanger's sculpture, “Pillar of Cloud, Pillar of Fire,” on the front page of The Leaf-Chronicle's “Business” section April 13. The eternal flame will be unveiled Thursday, April 15, during the Rivers & Spires Festival in downtown Clarksville.

APSU's art department was mentioned in The Leaf-Chronicle's “Senee's Picks” column April 13. The department is co-sponsoring Pleinair: Art in the Street during this week's Rivers & Spires Festival.