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Austin Peays Armory was cited as the location of the Clarksville-Montgomery County Science Fair in The Leaf-Chronicle Feb. 18.

A letter to the editor by Dr. Buddy Grah, professor of psychology, ran in The Leaf-Chronicle Feb. 19.

Great victory for APSU was the subject of The Leaf-Chronicles Feb. 20 editorial. The piece gave kudos to the Govs for the teams 14-0 OVC record and 25th consecutive home game win.

A letter to the editor by Dr. Richard Gildrie, professor of history, ran in The Leaf-Chronicle Feb. 20.
Austin Peay's Armory was cited as the location of the Clarksville-Montgomery County Science Fair in The Leaf-Chronicle Feb. 18.

A letter to the editor by Dr. Buddy Grah, professor of psychology, ran in The Leaf-Chronicle Feb. 19.

“Great victory for APSU” was the subject of The Leaf-Chronicle's Feb. 20 editorial. The piece gave kudos to the Govs for the team's 14-0 OVC record and 25th consecutive home game win.

A letter to the editor by Dr. Richard Gildrie, professor of history, ran in The Leaf-Chronicle Feb. 20.

The Leaf-Chronicle's Feb. 20 “Schools Update” featured a listing of local students selected for the Governors Honor Band.

Notice of auditions for the Clarksville Community Chorus, part of the Center for Extended and Distance Education, appeared in The Leaf-Chronicle's Feb. 21 “Regional Roundup.”

Details about Austin Peay's 20th Anniversary Candlelight Ball were featured on the front page of The Leaf-Chronicle's “Local” section Feb. 22. The annual fundraiser supports Austin Peay scholarships.

Student Rick Sweeney, who is pursuing a degree in culinary arts at the Austin Peay Center at Fort Campbell, was featured on the cover of The Leaf-Chronicle's first tabloid-style “Living” section Feb. 23. He gave special mention to culinary institute chefs Cliff Stanfill and Dadang Djajadirodyo.

The front page of The Leaf-Chronicle's “Local” section reported that Dr. James Diehr, interim dean of the College of Arts and Letters, sent a letter reassuring students of the African-American Studies Program that they will get credit toward their minor from classes not listed as required courses. The program has not listed required courses for the minor since the 2001-02 undergraduate bulletin, which was printed before seven classes were created by Dr. Nancy Dawson, director of the African-American Studies Program. The story included comments from Dawson and Dr. Bruce Speck, vice president for academic affairs.