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The Fort Campbell Courier ran an article on APSU Playwright-in-Residence Glyn OMalleys plans to write and debut a play about the 101st in the May 13 edition.

The Leaf-Chronicle reported May 19 that parole was denied David Frey, who was convicted of murdering APSU student Rodney Long in 1982 and sentenced to life in prison.

News that a book by Dr. Michele Butts, associate professor of history, has been nominated for the Elizabeth Genovese Best Book Award made The Leaf-Chronicles Spotlight May 21.

The Fort Campbell Courier ran an article on APSU Playwright-in-Residence Glyn O'Malley's plans to write and debut a play about the 101st in the May 13 edition.

The Leaf-Chronicle reported May 19 that parole was denied David Frey, who was convicted of murdering APSU student Rodney Long in 1982 and sentenced to life in prison.

News that a book by Dr. Michele Butts, associate professor of history, has been nominated for the Elizabeth Genovese Best Book Award made The Leaf-Chronicle's “Spotlight” May 21.

Sudanese student Hala Ismail, who recently graduated from APSU with a master's in public and community health, was featured in The Leaf-Chronicle's “Living” section May 22. The story also offered comments from Dr. Rae Hansberry, associate professor of health and human performance.

Playwright-in-Residence Glyn O'Malley's call for testimonies about the war in Iraq was featured on the front page of The Leaf-Chronicle May 24. The story featured comments from Philip Grey, an APSU student and veteran. A story on O'Malley's “101st Project” also was carried May 24 on WSMV-TV.

The Center for Extended and Distance Education's May schedule ran in The Leaf-Chronicle's “Local” section May 24.

APSU culinary student Lorenzo Williams was featured in The Leaf-Chronicle's “Living” section May 24. He attends the APSU Center @ Fort Campbell.

Kelly Harris, APSU's 2004 Harvill-Civitan Award winner, was featured in the Kentucky New Era May 24.

The news that Campus Police Chief Eric Provost resigned Monday, May 24, to accept a position at a security contracting firm in Chesapeake, Va., made The Leaf-Chronicle May 25. The story offered comments from Provost and Mitch Robinson, vice president for finance and administration.

Coverage of playwright Glyn O'Malley's community meeting at Austin Peay to discuss the “101st Project” appeared in the Kentucky New Era May 25.

Minnesota Timberwolves guard Trenton Hassell was featured on the front page of The Leaf-Chronicle May 26 with the label “Former Austin Peay standout.” The story featured comments from APSU student Jeremy Ellwood.

Danielle Simon, an incoming APSU freshman, was featured in The Leaf-Chronicle's “Business” section May 26 in a story on graduation gifts.

APSU alum Rene Britt, who was chosen as WSMV-TV reporter Jimmy Carter's “apprentice” in a contest based on the hit TV show, appeared in The Tennessean's “Brad About You” column May 26. She's scheduled to start appearing on air this June.

Richard Hogan, former dean of arts and sciences, was featured in The Leaf-Chronicle's “Living” section May 27 in an article on his art exhibit, “Transition,” at the Downtown Artists Co-op Gallery.

Dr. Bruce Myers, chair of computer science and information technology, was featured in a front-page story in The Leaf-Chronicle May 28. Myers recommended the city of Clarksville choose MUNIS for its financial software needs.