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APSU grad to cheer for Titans, a profile of Felicia Roberts, was The Leaf-Chronicles cover story June 1. The story quoted Pom Squad Coach Keli Rutherford.

Lottery money still flowing for half of students was The Leaf-Chronicles cover story June 2. The story featured comments from Dr. Harriett McQueen, dean of enrollment management and academic support, and APSU student Casey Hamm.

Success in baseball: APSUs team is headed for the NCAA Regional tournament was the topic of The Leaf-Chronicles editorial June 2.
“APSU grad to cheer for Titans,” a profile of Felicia Roberts, was The Leaf-Chronicle's cover story June 1. The story quoted Pom Squad Coach Keli Rutherford.

“Lottery money still flowing for half of students” was The Leaf-Chronicle's cover story June 2. The story featured comments from Dr. Harriett McQueen, dean of enrollment management and academic support, and APSU student Casey Hamm.

“Success in baseball: APSU's team is headed for the NCAA Regional tournament” was the topic of The Leaf-Chronicle's editorial June 2.

“APSU's student accounting chapter receives top 10 status” was featured in The Leaf-Chronicle's “College Update” June 2. The story mentioned team members Linda Bridges, Brittany Henley, Trey Judd and Sara Smith, as well as Dr. Dave Eichelberger, faculty adviser and assistant professor of accounting. Bridges and Judd were pictured.

“Women's conference to be held at APSU” made The Leaf-Chronicle's “Living” section June 2.

“Special Olympics at APSU” ran in The Leaf-Chronicle's “Local” section June 5.

“Lottery helps scholarships” and “Cheering for Titans: Felicia Roberts makes the squad through her dedication” were The Leaf-Chronicle's editorial topics June 6.

Diana Wooten, recipient of APSU's Judge William O. Beach Memorial Scholarship, was featured in The Leaf-Chronicle's “APSU Spotlight” June 8.

APSU's most recent Department of Children's Services Scholarship winners, along with Social Work Program Director Glenn Carter and state Rep. Kim McMillan, were pictured in The Leaf-Chronicle's “APSU Spotlight” June 8.

“Dorothy Dix speaks her mind at Roxy” was featured in The Leaf-Chronicle's “Living” section June 8. The story mentioned that the Clarksville Writers Conference co-sponsored by APSU and the Arts and Heritage Development Council was a sold-out event.

“State tuition could go up 12%: APSU students may pay extra $528 each year” was The Leaf-Chronicle's cover story June 9. The story quoted APSU President Sherry Hoppe and Dr. Bruce Speck, vice president for academic affairs.

“Aspiring writers learn from Warren, Tate, Dix,” a story on the Clarksville Writers Conference co-sponsored by APSU and the Arts and Heritage Development Council, made the front page of The Leaf-Chronicle June 9.

“APSU can't go after thief of campus papers” made the front page of The Leaf-Chronicle's “Local” section June 9. The story featured comments from Richard Jackson, senior adviser to the president, Kristy Galbraith, adviser for The All State and APSU Police Chief Lantz Biles.

“APSU likely to get 9.7% tuition hike” was one of The Leaf-Chronicle's cover story June 10. The article quoted Mitch Robinson, vice president for finance and administration, and Dr. Bruce Speck, vice president for academic affairs.

“Local recruiting on the rise as U.S. numbers fall short,” one of The Leaf-Chronicle's June 10 cover stories, featured a comment from APSU Recruiting Operations Officer Capt. Darren King.

“Expanded in-state rate proposal up for vote” made the cover of The Leaf-Chronicle June 10. The story offered comments from Mitch Robinson, vice president for finance and administration, and Dr. Bruce Speck, vice president for academic affairs.

“College students brace for rise in tuition: At APSU, $162 a semester will be ‘a hit in the pockets'” was one of The Leaf-Chronicle's cover stories June 11. The story offered comments from Mitch Robinson, vice president for finance and administration, and APSU students Cassandra Torres and Marisela Baker. Torres and Michaellea Cox were pictured.

“Speck APSU's first provost” was one of The Leaf-Chronicle's cover stories June 11. The story quoted APSU President Sherry Hoppe and Dr. Bruce Speck, vice president for academic affairs. It also announced promotions for Dr. Diane Berty, Richard Jackson and Dr. Harriett McQueen, as well as interim position changes for Shelia Bryant and Telaina Wrigley.

“Bubba Wells returns to help coach Govs” was The Leaf-Chronicle's cover story June 12. The story featured comments from Athletics Director Dave Loos.

“Does APSU care about its students?” was the topic of Justin Wamble's letter to the editor in The Leaf-Chronicle June 14.