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November 18, 2003


Dr. Bert Randall, professor of philosophy, was highlighted in The Leaf-Chronicle Nov. 12 for speaking at the annual meeting of the Gabriel Marcel Society in Houston.

News of a new book by Dr. Carlette Hardin, professor of education, made The Leaf-Chronicle Nov. 14.

Austin Peays production of A Midsummer Nights Dream was a pick of the week in The Leaf-Chronicles Go section Nov. 14.
November 18, 2003


Dr. Bert Randall, professor of philosophy, was highlighted in The Leaf-Chronicle Nov. 12 for speaking at the annual meeting of the Gabriel Marcel Society in Houston.

News of a new book by Dr. Carlette Hardin, professor of education, made The Leaf-Chronicle Nov. 14.

Austin Peay's production of “A Midsummer Night's Dream” was a “pick of the week” in The Leaf-Chronicle's “Go” section Nov. 14.

Photos from APSU's Theatre Scholarship Gala were featured in The Leaf-Chronicle's “Go” section Nov. 14. Those pictured included Roy Acuff Chair of Excellence occupant Louis Fantasia, Dr. Jim Diehr, interim dean of the College of Arts and Letters, Leni Dyer, assistant professor of communication and theatre, Dr. Ted Jones, associate professor of communication and theatre, Dr. Tom King, professor of music, Dr. Houston Davis, assistant vice president for academic affairs, and Shelia Boone, director of alumni and annual giving.

The APSU/Community Concert Artist Series concert by classical guitarist Jason Vieaux was highlighted in The Leaf-Chronicle Nov. 15.

News of 22 participants in the Tennessee Early Childhood Training Alliance (TECTA) of Austin Peay being featured in the statewide publication, “TECTA Treasures,” made The Leaf-Chronicle Nov. 16.

Austin Peay's Office of Public Relations and Marketing was featured in The Leaf-Chronicle Nov. 16 for receiving several major awards at the annual meeting of the Tennessee College Public Relations Association.

The Commission on Religion and Racism (CORR) protest at Austin Peay was covered in the Nov. 18 issue of The Leaf-Chronicle.

News of the “Love Letters from Home” project, sponsored by the department of communication and theatre, made The Leaf-Chronicle Nov. 18.

Dr. Lowell Roddy, assistant director of APSU's Counseling and Testing Center, was quoted in Amy Ritchart's “Everyday Matters” column in The Leaf-Chronicle Nov. 18. Roddy responded to Ritchart's questions about depression and anxiety. He was referred to Ritchart as an expert by APSU's Office of Public Relations and Marketing.