In celebration of the end of the school year University Recreation invites all students to Study Day Splash! This event is FREE, and will offer individual & team pool races, relays, and games. In conjunction with the Foy's special hours on Study Day, Study Day Splash will be from 10 p.m. - midnight.
Why is the Iliad so important? Who really founded democracy? Did Freud know anything about Oedipus? How did they build those temples? What's up with Plato? If ancient civilizations fascinate you, take Greek Civ CLAS 3610-17 2864 MW 2:30-3:55 in fall; fulfill 3 upper-div elective credits. Find out what Psycho can teach us about Gk tragedy! All readings in English.
Greek and Latin languages are now taught on a hybrid MWF schedule. No problem w/T/R science classes. No grade for speaking! It's all in your mind! GREK 1010-03 2865 9:05; LATN 1010-01 2870 8:00, LATN 1010-05 2873 all MWF. Really learn English grammar, boost vocab, make science/med vocab easier, all while having fun learning about life and languages from 2,000 years ago. All majors welcome.
Elementary Ed majors, gamers, history majors, English majors, creative writers, psych majors, you all need this information! Get credit for learning the Greek myths! Great fun & fascinating background info. Zeus, Aphrodite, & all the Greek gods come alive through the words of ancient writers. On-line course this summer before tuition goes up in fall. Upper-div elective credit! CLAS 3310 W-2 1900
From April 13th through the 30th, buy a $699+ PC and get a free Samsung 32" TV. Spring clearance is underway and includes 50% off select PCs. Visit dell.com/APSU to take advantage of these and other offers.
Discover the “other” London through exciting field trips to ethnic neighborhoods & take a walking food tour for a taste of Indian, Caribbean, Middle Eastern & other immigrant cuisines. Register now for the CCSA course on immigrant London in Black British Literature this winter 2015-16 and earn credits for English courses at APSU. Email Prof. Neeta Bhasin at firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.
The Pave the Way Campaign is a unique opportunity for you to leave your legacy or honor family, faculty, staff or friends. When you purchase a personalized brick paver, you are making a lasting impression at Austin Peay. The pavers will be placed along the walkway between the Marks Building and Blount Hall. Your engraved brick paver is a lasting tribute paving the way for generations to come.
The pool season is almost here! With the pool gates opening April 13, we want to kick off the season with some Inner Tube Water Polo on the 15! Registration will close April 14, at 5 p.m. and the tournament will be held April 15, 7-9 p.m. Teams must have 4-8 people and the I.M. Fee is $20 PER TEAM.
This is a friendly reminder that if you have checked out WNDAACC technology: TI-83 calculators, laptops, or netbooks, they are due by Friday, May 8th at 4:30pm in working condition. Any late returns will result in a hold being placed on your student account, so it is imperative that you remember this deadline!
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