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APSU Playwright-in-Residence Glyn O'Malley was featured on the front page of the Kentucky New Era Sept. 15 with the announcement of “A Heartbeat to Baghdad”'s upcoming performances at APSU and in New York City.

“Politicking on campus discouraged” made the front page of The Leaf-Chronicle's “Local” section Sept. 15. The story highlighted the Tennessee Board of Regents' recent policy memo reminding employees not to use campus technology to talk politics. It offered comments from Dr. David Kanervo, chair of the political science department.

Professor of Art Kell Black's exhibit, “Black Water,” made The Leaf-Chronicle's “Calendar” Sept. 16, 18, 19 and 21.

AP Day at the Fort Campbell Center was featured on the front page of The Leaf-Chronicle Sept. 17. The story offered comments from Executive Director Gerald Beavers.

“New field, new look for Governors,” a story on the new turf at Governors Stadium, made the front page of The Leaf-Chronicle Sept. 18. The story quoted Head Football Coach Carroll McCray, Athletics Director Dave Loos, Offensive Coordinator Ken Jones, Defensive Coordinator Steve Haywood, APSU football players Geoff Stahl and APSU student Justin Wamble.

A letter congratulating APSU and Hopkinsville Community College on the new Two-Plus-Two agreement appeared in The Leaf-Chronicle's “Letters to the Editor” Sept. 18. The letter was written by Cindy Chambers of Bethel College.

The APSU/Clarksville Community Concert Artist Series performance by NEXUS Percussion made The Leaf-Chronicle's “Calendar” Sept. 18.

Emeritus Professor of Art Bruce Childs, Professor of Art Kell Black, Assistant Professor of Art Ken Shipley, Professor of Art Gregg Schlanger, Professor of Art Cindy Marsh, Professor of Art Billy Renkl and Professor of Art Susan Bryant were recognized for contributing art to The Roxy Regional Theatre's 22nd Annual Gala art auction in The Leaf-Chronicle's Sept. 19 “Living” section. Patrons attending the event included APSU faculty members Bryant and Renkl, Barry Kitterman and Jill Eichhorn and Sally Welch.

APSU culinary student Daisy Pickett was featured as The Leaf-Chronicle's “Cook of the Week” Sept. 20.

The upcoming “We Are Family” dinner co-sponsored by the African American Staff, Administrators and Faculty (AASAF) and the African American Cultural Center was listed in The Leaf-Chronicle's “Regional Roundup” Sept. 21.

APSU student Naydia Spears was featured in The Leaf-Chronicle's “Spotlight” section Sept. 21 for receiving Alpha Sigma Alpha's Elizabeth Bird Small Award.

APSU alum Lezlie A. Word's upcoming book signing at Borders made The Leaf-Chronicle's “Living” section Sept. 21.