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APSU offers masters in social work made The Leaf-Chronicles front page April 21. The story included comments from Glenn Carter, director of the Social Work Program, and students Sandie Herman and Lori Gray.

Declaring independence–even in a wheelchair, an article about Ms. Wheelchair Tennessee Elizabeth Alleys April 20 visit to APSU, was featured on the front page of The Leaf-Chronicles Local section April 21. The story offered comments from student Reva Prusynski, who also was pictured along with student Josh Porter.
“APSU offers master's in social work” made The Leaf-Chronicle's front page April 21. The story included comments from Glenn Carter, director of the Social Work Program, and students Sandie Herman and Lori Gray.

“Declaring independence—even in a wheelchair,” an article about Ms. Wheelchair Tennessee Elizabeth Alley's April 20 visit to APSU, was featured on the front page of The Leaf-Chronicle's “Local” section April 21. The story offered comments from student Reva Prusynski, who also was pictured along with student Josh Porter.

“Resident advisers' yard sale to benefit local soup kitchen” and “Art exhibit ends Saturday,” made The Leaf-Chronicle's “College Update” April 22.

“Hitting the high notes: APSU opera blends dark story with jazz and blues influences,” a story on AP Opera Theatre's production of “Street Scene,” made the front page of The Leaf-Chronicle's “Go” section April 22. The story quoted Dr. Allen Henderson, associate professor of music, and student Debra Lee Reardon. Students Reardon, Ben Troxler, Lin North and Blaine Tooley were pictured.

“Spanish Language Festival shows off skills, culture” was featured on the front page of The Leaf-Chronicle's “Local” section April 23. Sponsors included Pi Nu, APSU's department of languages and literature and the APSU Office of Admissions. The story offered comments from Tina Tarpy, president of Pi Nu.

“More than 200 job-seekers show for fair aimed at teachers,” a story on the April 22 fair at APSU, made the front page of The Leaf-Chronicle's “Local” section April 23.

“Police records get black ink at APSU: Reporters are denied crime records or given blackened-out copies, with privacy law cited as reason. But attorneys say that law doesn't apply to crime reports” was The Leaf-Chronicle's cover story April 25. The story featured comments from Richard Jackson, senior adviser to the president, Kristy Galbraith, adviser to The All State, Loris Ellsworth, training supervisor for public safety, APSU Police Chief Lantz M. Biles and APSU student Amanda Cochrane. The story also mentioned the arrests of Sondra Meriweather, Aramark food service employee, and APSU basketball player Anthony Davis. Mike Taylor, The All State's assistant sports editor, was pictured.