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APSUs Montgomery County scholarship recipients made The Leaf-Chronicles Spotlight section Oct. 12.

IDB backs plan for off-campus student housing was on the front page of The Leaf-Chronicle Oct. 14. The story offered comments from APSU President Sherry Hoppe and Mitch Robinson, vice president for finance and administration.

Poet Stephen Dunns reading at APSU was featured in The Leaf-Chronicles Living section Oct. 14. The story quoted Barry Kitterman, professor of creative writing.
APSU's Montgomery County scholarship recipients made The Leaf-Chronicle's “Spotlight” section Oct. 12.

“IDB backs plan for off-campus student housing” was on the front page of The Leaf-Chronicle Oct. 14. The story offered comments from APSU President Sherry Hoppe and Mitch Robinson, vice president for finance and administration.

Poet Stephen Dunn's reading at APSU was featured in The Leaf-Chronicle's “Living” section Oct. 14. The story quoted Barry Kitterman, professor of creative writing.

APSU alum Carlton Flatt ('65) made the front page of The Tennessean Oct. 16 as the winningest football coach in Tennessee history.

The health and human performance department's P.E. program for home-schooled children made The Leaf-Chronicle's “Schools Update” Oct. 16.

APSU's online master's in nursing was listed in the “Schools Update” of The Leaf-Chronicle Oct. 16.

The Tennessee Board of Regents' approval of APSU's proposed concentration in homeland security made The Leaf-Chronicle's “Schools Update” Oct. 16.

“‘It's another thing when you see these': Donated shackles give APSU students look into slavery,” a story about Abdul Musah's gift of a pair of slave chains to APSU Director of African American Studies Dr. Nancy Dawson, ran on the front page of The Tennessean's “Local” section Oct. 17. The story included comments from Dawson, as well as APSU students Cynthia Blunt, Derry Shields and Lindsay McFarland. Read the story online at http://www.tennessean.com/local/archives/04/09/59802887.shtml?Element_ID=59802887.

Dr. Jack Deibert, associate professor of geology, and Dr. Phyllis Camilleri, professor of geology, were featured in The Leaf-Chronicle's “Business Roundup” Oct. 17.

Nursing scholarship recipient Melanie Beth Collins was featured in The Leaf-Chronicle's “APSU Spotlight” Oct. 17.

Art professors Kell Black, Cindy Marsh and Gregg Schlanger, and Ken Shipley, associate professor of art, made The Leaf-Chronicle's “Around Town” column Oct. 17 for judging the First National Juried De'VIA (Deaf View/Image Art) Competition. The news headlined the e-newsletter of the Arts and Heritage Development Council Oct. 12.

APSU's Tubafest 2004 made The Leaf-Chronicle's “Around Town” column Oct. 17.

APSU received kudos in The Leaf-Chronicle's Oct. 18 editorial column for providing the authors for both editions of the “Historic Clarksville” book: Charles Waters in 1984 and Dr. John Butler in 2004. Former APSU bookstore manager Ann Ross has placed an edition (299 in all) in every public library in Tennessee.

APSU's G.H.O.S.T. (Greater Halloween Options from Safe Trick-or-Treating) made The Leaf-Chronicle's front-page story on Halloween alternatives Oct. 21.

The Center for Extended and Distance Education's seminar on Streamlined Sales and Use Tax Project was featured on the front page of The Leaf-Chronicle's “Business” section Oct. 22.

Austin Peay made the front page of The Leaf-Chronicle's “Local” section Oct. 22 as the location of the Miss Tennessee USA and Miss Tennessee Teen USA pageants.

Austin Peay's “Money Smarts 101,” offered by the Center for Extended and Distance Education, made the front page of The Leaf-Chronicle's “Local” section Oct. 22. The story quoted instructor Michael Guess, Mary Alice Burkhart, coordinator of noncredit and customized programs, and APSU student Kasondra Farmer.

“Austin Peay wants to teach students techniques to combat terrorism” ran on the front page of The Tennessean's “Local” section Oct. 24. The story on APSU's proposed homeland security concentration offered comments from Dr. Michael Kane, manager of APSU's police science and administration program. It also ran on the front page of The Leaf-Chronicle Oct. 24.

APSU art student Kim Miraglia was featured in The Leaf-Chronicle's “Around Town” column Oct. 24. Her jewelry exhibit runs through Oct. 28 in Trahern 108.

The Dimension New Music Series made The Leaf-Chronicle's “Around Town” column Oct. 24.

Dr. Linda Rudolph, professor emeritus of psychology and former director of the President's Emerging Leaders Program, Dr. D'Ann Campbell, former dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, and Dr. Carmen Reagan, professor of marketing and director of leadership studies, were mentioned in The Leaf-Chronicle's “Business” section Oct. 24 as past recipients of the Athena Award.

APSU's second annual Wheelchair Basketball Game was listed in The Leaf-Chronicle's “Regional Roundup” Oct. 24.

APSU student Kathy Yung's selection as recipient of the International Association of Business Communicators/Nashville Chapter Student Scholarship made the “APSU Spotlight” of The Leaf-Chronicle Oct. 24.

Dr. Lisa Vanarsdel's faculty recital was listed in The Leaf-Chronicle's “Calendar” Oct. 24-26.

“Small business center saved from closing” made the front page of The Leaf-Chronicle Oct. 26. The story offered comments from APSU President Sherry Hoppe.