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Partnership helps center: APSU, Chamber join together to keep business training intact was the topic of The Leaf-Chronicles editorial Oct. 27.

Govs go Hollywood blazed across the front page of The Leaf-Chronicles Local section Oct. 27. The story on APSUs Homecoming activities featured comments from Blanche Wilson, director of student affairs, Meda Rollings, interim coordinator of programs and special events, and APSU students Brian Hutchenson and Diana Wooten.
“Partnership helps center: APSU, Chamber join together to keep business training intact” was the topic of The Leaf-Chronicle's editorial Oct. 27.

“Govs go Hollywood” blazed across the front page of The Leaf-Chronicle's “Local” section Oct. 27. The story on APSU's Homecoming activities featured comments from Blanche Wilson, director of student affairs, Meda Rollings, interim coordinator of programs and special events, and APSU students Brian Hutchenson and Diana Wooten.

The APSU Percussion Ensemble's 20th Annual Halloween Concert made The Leaf-Chronicle's “Calendar” Oct. 28.

“APSU poll puts Bush up locally” made The Leaf-Chronicle's front page Oct. 30. The article offered comments from Dr. Weiwu Zhang, assistant professor of communication.

APSU's newly established Natalie Welch Memorial Scholarship was mentioned in a story on the front page of The Leaf-Chronicle's “Local” section Oct. 30.

APSU's International Night was mentioned in The Leaf-Chronicle's “Regional Roundup” Oct. 30.

The Dimensions New Music Series opening concert was listed on The Leaf-Chronicle's “Calendar” Oct. 30-Nov. 1.

Acuff Chair Michael Blumenthal's Nov. 3 reading was featured in The Leaf-Chronicle's “Living” section Oct. 30. The story offered comments from Blumenthal and Susan Wallace, editorial assistant for Zone 3.

“APSU's enrollment hits record high” blazed across the front page of The Leaf-Chronicle Oct. 31. The story featured comments from Dr. Houston Davis, associate vice president for academic affairs, and APSU students Demetrius Daniels and Rhet Wierzba.

APSU's upcoming visit from Consul General Maria De Los Remedios Gomez-Arnau made the front page of The Leaf-Chronicle's “Local” section Oct. 31. The story quoted Dr. Karen Sorenson, director of international studies.

The story “Costumed pets to be part of APSU homecoming parade” was part of The Leaf-Chronicle's “Living” section Oct. 31.

Austin Peay's Oct. 1 war protest was mentioned in an Associated Press article, “College students mostly quiet this election season,” on the front page of The Leaf-Chronicle Nov. 1.

Poet Michael Blumenthal's upcoming reading made The Leaf-Chronicle's “Calendar” Nov. 1-2.

The APSU/Clarksville Community Concert Artist Series performance by the American Brass Quintet was listed on The Leaf-Chronicle's “Calendar” Nov. 1.

“Activist says APSU director's job loss unjustified” was featured on the front page of The Leaf-Chronicle Nov. 2. According to the story, Alton McDonald, an investigator with the National Action Group, is urging APSU students to support retaining Dr. Nancy Dawson, director of the African American Studies Program, whose contract has not been renewed. The story quoted Dr. Bruce Speck, vice president of academic affairs, Richard Jackson, senior adviser to the president, Lt. Ron Szlosek, interim campus police chief, and letters from APSU President Sherry Hoppe and Dr. Jim Diehr, dean of the College of Arts and Sciences. Find the full story at http://www.theleafchronicle.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20041102/NEWS01/411020305/1002.