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Austin Peay to offer degree in homeland security was featured on WSMV-Channel 4s Feb. 3 broadcasts. The story quoted APSU President Sherry Hoppe.

USA Today picked up the news of APSUs new Institute for Global Security Studies on its Feb. 4 state news page.

APSU launches terrorism program made the front page of the Kentucky New Era Feb. 8. The story featured comments from APSU President Sherry Hoppe and Dr. Michael Kane, program manager of police science and administration.
“Austin Peay to offer degree in homeland security” was featured on WSMV-Channel 4's Feb. 3 broadcasts. The story quoted APSU President Sherry Hoppe.

USA Today picked up the news of APSU's new Institute for Global Security Studies on its Feb. 4 state news page.

“APSU launches terrorism program” made the front page of the Kentucky New Era Feb. 8. The story featured comments from APSU President Sherry Hoppe and Dr. Michael Kane, program manager of police science and administration.

“Students continue to roll in at APSU” made The Leaf-Chronicle's front page Feb. 9. The story offered comments from APSU President Sherry Hoppe, Mitch Robinson, vice president of finance and administration, and APSU students Tamira Cole and Zach Pelham.

“Buffalo Soldiers chapter history,” a notice of Sidney Brown's lecture on the Buffalo Soldiers and accompanying exhibit at APSU, was listed in The Leaf-Chronicle's “Regional Roundup” Feb. 9.

Dr. Becky Glass, professor of health and human performance, was pictured on the front of The Leaf-Chronicle's “Living” section Feb. 9 and quoted in the story, “Walking into better health: Heart & Sole to help participants step into fitness, weight management.”

APSU's spring enrollment made WSMV-Channel 4's broadcasts Feb. 9.

“Digital photography expert to speak at Austin Peay” was featured on the front of The Leaf-Chronicle's “Local” section Feb. 10.

“Career Fair coming” was listed in The Leaf-Chronicle's “College Update” Feb. 10 and 13.

“Heart & Sole wellness program” was announced in The Leaf-Chronicle's “Regional Roundup” Feb. 10.

“APSU offers free tax preparation” made The Leaf-Chronicle's “Regional Roundup” Feb. 10.

“Buffalo Soldiers journey into history's headlines” was featured on the front page of The Leaf-Chronicle's “Local” section Feb. 11. Sidney Brown, president of the local Triple Nickel, 555th Parachute Association, shared the troops' history Feb. 10 at APSU.

Guitarfest 2005 made The Leaf-Chronicle's “Go” section Feb. 11. The story featured comments from Dr. Stanley Yates, professor of music.

A call for participants for the Black History Bowl at APSU ran in The Leaf-Chronicle's “Regional Roundup” Feb. 12.

“AIDS workshop on Valentine's Day” was announced in The Leaf-Chronicle's “Regional Roundup” Feb. 12.

“Stompfest at APSU brings local performers together” was featured in The Leaf-Chronicle's “Living” section Feb. 12.

“HOPE Scholars exceed expectations,” a story that mentions that APSU is expecting 52 percent of its HOPE scholarships students to keep their awards, made the front page of The Tennessean's “Local News” section Feb. 13.

“500 walkers take steps to lead healthier lives,” a story on the Heart & Sole community health initiative that kicked off at APSU Feb. 12, made the front page of The Leaf-Chronicle's “Local” section Feb. 13. APSU student Nick Honzik was pictured.

“Candlelight Ball chance to put on dancing shoes, help APSU” was featured on the front page of The Leaf-Chronicle's “Local” section Feb. 13.

“APSU student secures elite Navy position,” a feature on physics major Daniel Hogue, made the front page of The Leaf-Chronicle's “Local” section Feb. 14. The story included comments from Dr. Jaime Taylor, chair and professor of physics.

The Los Angeles Guitar Quartet's performance at APSU was listed in The Leaf-Chronicle's “Calendar” Feb. 12-14.

“APSU doing a great job of training for future,” a letter by Bruce Kennedy, was printed in The Leaf-Chronicle Feb. 14. Kennedy, who attended the University's “Who's Who Among College Students” banquet, writes: “I was inspired as I heard open discussion about Austin Peay, its future and current challenges as a result of recent growth. Moreover, I was impressed with the leadership's vision for the University's future.”

“APSU to host two performances of ‘The Vagina Monologues'” was featured in The Leaf-Chronicle's “Living” section Feb. 14. The story offered comments from Jill Eichhorn, coordinator of the Women's Studies Program, and student Angela Leftwich. The accompanying photo featured students Katherine Davis, Alina Sanchez, Diana Moore and Misty Ayres.