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Grants help teachers help students, a story that featured information on the 2005 Great Ideas Grant awarded to The Literacy Press, a collaboration between Byrns Darden Elementary and APSU faculty and students, made the front page of The Leaf-Chronicles Local section Feb. 23.
“Grants help teachers help students,” a story that featured information on the 2005 Great Ideas Grant awarded to The Literacy Press, a collaboration between Byrns Darden Elementary and APSU faculty and students, made the front page of The Leaf-Chronicle's “Local” section Feb. 23.

“APSU Social Work Club uplifts community with its dedication” ran in The Leaf-Chronicle's “Communities” section Feb. 23. The accompanying photo pictured Glenn Carter, director of the Social Work Program, Monica Causey, families clinical supervisor, and students Caleb Rose, Margarita Boswell and Sandie Herman.

“Wall returns home,” an editorial about APSU alum and author Paula Wall's reading at Emerald Hill, was featured in The Leaf-Chronicle's editorial section Feb. 24.

“Vets find help in getting employment,” a story highlighting APSU's TRIO Day event, was featured on the front page of The Leaf-Chronicle's “Local” section Feb. 24. The story offered comments from Veterans Academic Academic Coordinator Tracey Kirk, Veterans Upward Bound Director Arthur Neal and Upward Bound Director Marsha Lyle-Gonga.

“Physics society calls for design” and “IGSS part of consortium” made The Leaf-Chronicle's “College Update” Feb. 24.

“Students can roam APSU without ties to wired Net” was featured on The Leaf-Chronicle's front page Feb. 25. The story offered comments from Stephanie Taylor, network manager and freshman Bethany Sutton, who was pictured for the story.

“Upward Bound,” a photo that ran on the front page of The Leaf-Chronicle's “Local” section Feb. 25, identified APSU Upward Bound graduates Anatha Sims, Samantha Turner, Jasmine Davis and Kim Garcia-Bennett.

“Burrito Bungalow first tenant of University and Main center,” a story that mentioned the restaurant's newfound position as a hotspot for APSU faculty and students alike, was featured in The Leaf-Chronicle's “Business” section Feb. 25.

“One-act plays take stage at Austin Peay's Trahern Theatre” made The Leaf-Chronicle's “Go” section Feb. 25. The story gave comments from Dr. Sara Gotcher, associate professor of theatre, and students Dan Scott, Brittany Carlton, Joseph Dies, Misty Ayers and Elijah Dies. It also mentioned the post-play panel on the likelihood of the draft being reinstated, featuring Dr. David Kanervo, chair of political science and sociology, Dr. Matt Kenney, assistant professor of political science, Lt. Col. Treye Bird, professor of military science, and Dr. Dewey Browder, chair of history and philosophy. The accompanying photo pictured students Ayers, Joseph Robinson, Dies, Carlton and Scott.

“APSU to form minority committee” was featured on the front page of The Leaf-Chronicle's “Local” section Feb. 26. The story quoted APSU President Sherry Hoppe and Dr. Tim Winters, ex-officio Faculty Senate president and professor of English.

Ensemble Amarcord's scheduled appearance at APSU made The Leaf-Chronicle's “Living” section Feb. 26 and 28 and March 1.

“Earth center of local fair,” which mentioned APSU as a partner in the Livable Community Fair to be held May 13-14, made The Leaf-Chronicle's front page Feb. 27.

“Merchants' donations add sparkle to Candlelight Ball” was featured on the front page of The Leaf-Chronicle's “Local” section Feb. 27. The story included comments by Shelia Boone, director of alumni relations and annual giving.

The Leaf-Chronicle's “Agenda 2005 Special Report: Owning Our Growth” featured several mentions of APSU Feb. 27. In “Small-town feel keeps Clarksville climbing,” retiree Steven Turner mentioned APSU as one of the factors that drew him to Clarksville. APSU also was featured in “Fort Campbell, APSU drive surges in population” and “Assets: Features that keep Clarksville growing.” The stories quoted APSU President Sherry Hoppe.

“APSU drawing more Hispanics” made The Leaf-Chronicle's front page Feb. 28. The story offered comments from APSU students Doraida Deleon-Chamorro and Enrica Albaro, Dr. Houston Davis, associate vice president for academic affairs, and Dr. Ramon Magrans, professor of Spanish. Deleon-Chamorro and Magrans were pictured.

“APSU leads state in Hispanic enrollment” and “Austin Peay offers wireless connections” were featured in The Tennessean's “Neighboring Counties” section Feb. 28. The first story quoted Dr. Houston Davis, associate vice president for academic affairs, and Dr. Ramon Magrans, professor of Spanish. The second quoted Stephanie Taylor, network manager and freshman Bethany Sutton.

“APSU avoids mandatory health insurance for students” made The Leaf-Chronicle's front page March 1. The story offered quotes from Diane Berty, dean of student development.

“Presenting their work: APSU art students put on senior shows at galleries around town” was featured on the front page of The Leaf-Chronicle's “Living” section March 1. The story pictured and quoted students Nichole Lombardo, Jason Scott, John Martin, Thomas Jones, Paul Fly, Nathan Fry, Melissa Anderson, Ranop Subhawong, Alicia Middlebrook, Jerome Whaley, Ambera McGee and Rese Castillo. Comments from their professor, Ken Shipley, also were featured in the story.