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Memphis woman named 2006 editor in chief of The All State

A student from Memphis has been named editor in chief of Austin Peay State Universitys student-run newspaper, The All State.

Natalie Gilmore, daughter of Priscilla and Charles Gilmore, will take the helm as the 76th editor in chief on Tuesday, Jan. 3. A communication arts major with a concentration in print and Web journalism, Gilmore, a senior, has been with The All State since 2003. In the last couple years, she has served as a reporter, assistant news editor and news editor.
A student from Memphis has been named editor in chief of Austin Peay State University's student-run newspaper, The All State.

Natalie Gilmore, daughter of Priscilla and Charles Gilmore, will take the helm as the 76th editor in chief on Tuesday, Jan. 3. A communication arts major with a concentration in print and Web journalism, Gilmore, a senior, has been with The All State since 2003. In the last couple years, she has served as a reporter, assistant news editor and news editor.

The All State was established in 1930 and has served as the primary source of information for APSU students, faculty and alumni. All State alumni have gone on to take positions with several local newspapers including The Tennessean, The Leaf-Chronicle, Kentucky New Era and the Fort Campbell Courier.

For more information about The All State, telephone Kristy M. Galbraith, Student Publications adviser and adjunct instructor, at (931) 221-7375. — Chrissy Laubach-Young