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Dr. Houston Davis, associate vice president for academic affairs, commented on the Universitys enrollment boom for the article, Tennessee HOPE Scholarships Contribute to Enrollment Surge in the Oct. 6 issue of Education Week.

Melissa Mahers letter, So-called tribute was disrespectful to troops, criticizing the anti-war rally at APSU, appeared in The Leaf-Chronicle Oct. 6.

APSU scholarship recipient Brittany Akin was featured in The Leaf-Chronicles APSU Spotlight Oct. 6.
Dr. Houston Davis, associate vice president for academic affairs, commented on the University's enrollment boom for the article, “Tennessee HOPE Scholarships Contribute to Enrollment Surge” in the Oct. 6 issue of Education Week.

Melissa Maher's letter, “So-called tribute was disrespectful to troops,” criticizing the anti-war rally at APSU, appeared in The Leaf-Chronicle Oct. 6.

APSU scholarship recipient Brittany Akin was featured in The Leaf-Chronicle's “APSU Spotlight” Oct. 6.

Playwright-in-Residence Glyn O'Malley's “A Heartbeat to Baghdad” made The Leaf-Chronicle's “Calendar” Oct. 6-7.

Professor of Music Richard Steffen's Oct. 7 faculty recital was listed on The Leaf-Chronicle's “Calendar” Oct. 6-7.

Austin Peay made the banner of The Leaf-Chronicle Oct. 7 with the story, “APSU students say voices silenced by Tennessee Law.” The story on Tennessee's Hatch Act included comments from Richard Jackson, senior adviser to the president, and students Jennifer Caraway, College Republican President Brooke Boyd, and College Republican Vice President Krista Bristol.

Austin Peay's Social Work Program made the front page of The Tennessean's “Local” section Oct. 7. APSU is one of 13 colleges in the state offering social work training to the Department of Children's Services.

APSU's Social Work Program also was mentioned during WSMV-Channel 4's broadcasts at 5, 6, and 10 p.m., Oct. 7. as one of 13 state colleges selected to offer training to Department of Children's Services workers.

APSU's production of “A Heartbeat to Baghdad” was featured in The Tennessean's “Weekend” section Oct. 8. The story offered comments from Playwright-in-Residence Glyn O'Malley, as well as student Jamie Farmer.

David Steinquest, professor of music, was mentioned in The Leaf-Chronicle's “Go” section Oct. 8 as a member of the Clarksville Jazz Quintet, which played Beachaven Vineyard and Winery's Jazz on the Lawn Oct. 9.

APSU was featured on WKRN-Channel 2's 4:30 and 6 p.m. broadcasts in a story on the Little Hatch Act. The piece included comments from Richard Jackson, senior adviser to the president.

“APSU students pack room for debate,” an article on the University's Presidential Debate Party, made the front page of The Leaf-Chronicle Oct. 9. The story quoted Meda Rollings of the Office Student Life and Leadership, as well as APSU students Courtney Malone, Kristen Mashburn, Josie Swisher and Tiffany Carver.

A theatre review of APSU's production of “A Heartbeat to Baghdad” appeared in The Leaf-Chronicle Oct. 9. The accompanying photo featured Jessica Andrews, Leeman Tarpley and Ruben Avila-Burns.

APSU student Brandon Melber made the front page of The Leaf-Chronicle's “Living” section Oct. 10 with a story on his passion for iaido, a form of Japanese sword fighting.

The Montgomery County College Fair, held at APSU, was featured on the front page of The Leaf-Chronicle Oct. 11.

APSU culinary student Michelle Driben made the front page of The Leaf-Chronicle's “Living” section Oct. 11 as the paper's “Cook of the Week.”

The APSU Wind Ensemble's Oct. 14 concert and Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Stephen Dunn's Oct. 14 reading were listed in The Leaf-Chronicle's “Calendar” Oct. 12.