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APSU commits to full football: Scholarships, return to OVC should bolster fan interest was the topic of The Leaf-Chronicles editorial April 12.

Police seek tips on stolen student newspapers was featured on the front page of The Leaf-Chronicles Local section April 12. The story included comments from The All States adviser, Kristy Galbraith, APSU Police Chief Lantz Biles and APSU basketball player Anthony Davis.
“APSU commits to full football: Scholarships, return to OVC should bolster fan interest” was the topic of The Leaf-Chronicle's editorial April 12.

“Police seek tips on stolen student newspapers” was featured on the front page of The Leaf-Chronicle's “Local” section April 12. The story included comments from The All State's adviser, Kristy Galbraith, APSU Police Chief Lantz Biles and APSU basketball player Anthony Davis.

“Green thumb or not, you can beautify APSU” made The Tennessean's “Neighboring Counties” section April 12. The story offered quotes from landscape manager Lindsay Jackson and Brenda Harrison, technical clerk for University Advancement.

“Hispanic cultural center set to open: APSU leads state in Hispanic students” was featured in The Tennessean's “Local” section April 12. The story featured comments from Dr. Houston Davis, associate vice president for academic affairs, Dr. Ramon Magrans, professor of Spanish, Dr. Jennifer Meningall, vice president for student affairs, and Pi Nu President Tina Tarpy. Tarpy and student Enrica Albaro were pictured.

“APSU awaits recipes,” a call for submissions to APSU's Multicultural Cookbook, was posted in The Leaf-Chronicle's “Regional Roundup” April 13.

“Future social worker honored,” a photo and mention of APSU student Sandie Herman's win as the National Association of Social Workers-BSW Student of the Year, made The Leaf-Chronicle's “Communities” section April 13. Social Work Program Director Glenn Carter also was pictured.

“Fraternity gives to firefighters,” a photo honoring Pi Kappa Alpha's $1,250 donation to Clarksville Fire Rescue, was featured in The Leaf-Chronicle's “Communities” section April 13. APSU students Preston Jackson, Troy Shepherd, Chris Roby, Kenneth J. Howell and Tommy Stanley were pictured.

“New Hispanic center cultural gem for APSU” was front-page news on The Leaf-Chronicle April 14. The story included comments from APSU President Sherry Hoppe, Dr. Ramon Magrans, professor of Spanish, and APSU students Sandra Salazar, Damaris Last and Doraida Deleon-Chamorro.

“Vice president of student affairs leaving APSU,” an article about Dr. Jennifer Meningall's recent resignation, made The Leaf-Chronicle's cover April 14. The article offered comments from Meningall, APSU President Sherry Hoppe, and APSU students Tamira Cole, Jennifer Price, Zach Pelham and Kevin Kennedy Jr.

“Recipes due Friday for APSU cookbook” and “New scholarship available at APSU” made The Leaf-Chronicle's “College Update” April 14.

“Helping disabled,” a photo taken inside the STAR Center Access Express, appeared on the front page of The Leaf-Chronicle's “Local” section April 14. The caption also mentioned APSU's Disability Awareness Month activities.

“APSU to hold career fair for nontraditionals” was featured on the front page of The Leaf-Chronicle's “Local” section April 15. The story quoted admissions counselor Janet Velazquez and Carol Clark, special assistant to the president.

“Chili cook-off teaches students business skills while having fun” made the front page of The Leaf-Chronicle's “Local” section April 16. The story included comments from students Brandi Overby, Marlaina Alessi, Antwonne Pierce, Debra Matthews and Treva Gordon. Pierce, Alessi, Overby and Dr. David Major, associate professor of English, were pictured.

“Hispanic Center a major success: APSU sets a good example for Tennessee universities” was the topic of The Leaf-Chronicle's April 17 editorial. The paper commended Dr. Ramon Magrans, professor of Spanish, APSU President Sherry Hoppe and the University as a whole.