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Fox to address APSU graduates made The Leaf-Chronicles Regional Roundup Dec. 16.

APSU was mentioned in the story Ice House Café to warm up to University Avenue venture in The Leaf-Chronicles Business section Dec. 16.

Laverne T. Walker, former director for affirmative action at APSU, published a letter to the editor–Its a bad mistake to hire unqualified people–in The Leaf-Chronicles Letters Dec. 17. In her letter, she criticizes the University for hiring Dr. Lou Beasley as interim director of African American Studies.
“Fox to address APSU graduates” made The Leaf-Chronicle's “Regional Roundup” Dec. 16.

APSU was mentioned in the story “Ice House Café to warm up to University Avenue venture” in The Leaf-Chronicle's “Business” section Dec. 16.

Laverne T. Walker, former director for affirmative action at APSU, published a letter to the editor—“It's a bad mistake to hire unqualified people”—in The Leaf-Chronicle's “Letters” Dec. 17. In her letter, she criticizes the University for hiring Dr. Lou Beasley as interim director of African American Studies.

“Children donate to mother's memorial scholarship,” a story on Nannie Mae Wooten's children's decision to donate to her scholarship rather than exchange presents, ran in The Leaf-Chronicle's “Schools Update” Dec. 17. Wooten, who died in 1981, served as a custodian at APSU from 1959 until her retirement in 1980.

“500 APSU graduates facing future head-on” and “Teets receives highest APSU honor” made the front page of The Leaf-Chronicle Dec. 18.

“Longtime educator gives last hug as APSU teacher,” a story on Dr. Dolores Gore's retirement after 23 years in the College of Education, was featured on the front page of The Leaf-Chronicle's “Local” section Dec. 19.

“APSU rec center step closer to reality: University alumnus gives $1M in stock for new student center” made the front page of The Leaf-Chronicle's “Local” section Dec. 20. The story included comments from APSU President Sherry Hoppe and Mitch Robinson, vice president for finance and administration.

A call for applicants to the Clarksville Youth Orchestra, sponsored by APSU and the Arts and Heritage Development Council, appeared in The Leaf-Chronicle's “Regional Roundup” Dec. 20, 23 and 29.

“Groups say APSU unfriendly to black students, faculty,” ran on the front page of The Leaf-Chronicle Dec. 21. The story offered comments from APSU President Sherry Hoppe.

“Dismissal of APSU president sought: Some accuse Hoppe of mistreating blacks” made the front page of The Tennessean's “Local News” section Dec. 21. The story included comments from APSU President Sherry Hoppe.

APSU's Winter Commencement graduates were listed in The Leaf-Chronicle Dec. 21.

“Group protests loss of black professors,” a story on complaints made by APSU's African American Studies students, ran on the front page of The Tennessean's “Local News” section Dec. 22. The story offered comments from APSU President Sherry Hoppe and student Catherine Davila.

The Center for Extended and Distance Education's new schedule of classes ran in The Leaf-Chronicle's “Communities” section Dec. 23.

“TBR chancellor hears claims of racism at APSU” made the front page of The Leaf-Chronicle Dec. 24. The story included comments from APSU President Sherry Hoppe.

The APSU Red Coat Society's newest members were announced in The Leaf-Chronicle's “Schools Update” Dec. 24.

The creation of the Dr. Wesley O. Fortner Jr. Accounting Endowment Scholarship was announced in The Leaf-Chronicle's “Schools Update” Dec. 24.

“Manning looks at complaints: Regents chancellor's evaluation should end chapter at APSU” was the topic of The Leaf-Chronicle's editorial Dec. 26.

APSU was mentioned as one of the areas included in the Downtown District Partnership's “Clarksville Center Redevelopment Project” in a story on the front page of The Leaf-Chronicle's “Local” section Dec. 26.

“APSU up in numbers and programs in ‘04” made the front page of The Leaf-Chronicle's “Local” section Dec. 29.

APSU's Goldsmith Press and Rare Type Collection was featured in The Leaf-Chronicle's “Schools Update” Dec. 31. The press is part of three projects on display at Nashville International Airport.