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APSUs 20th Anniversary Candlelight Ball appeared in The Leaf-Chronicles Living section calendar March 10.

The U.S. Army Silent Drill Teams March 6 performance made the front page of the Fort Campbell Couriers Community section March 11.

Austin Peays annual Student Art Exhibition was featured on the front page of the Fort Campbell Couriers Leisure section March 11. The story offered comments from Bettye Holte, director of galleries and associate professor of art.
APSU's 20th Anniversary Candlelight Ball appeared in The Leaf-Chronicle's “Living” section calendar March 10.

The U.S. Army Silent Drill Team's March 6 performance made the front page of the Fort Campbell Courier's “Community” section March 11.

Austin Peay's annual Student Art Exhibition was featured on the front page of the Fort Campbell Courier's “Leisure” section March 11. The story offered comments from Bettye Holte, director of galleries and associate professor of art.

The Grammy in the Schools program's scheduled stop at Austin Peay was featured in The Leaf-Chronicle's “Schools Update” March 12. More than 300 area high school students will come to campus Wednesday, March 17, to hear music industry professionals discuss the realities of their trade.

The Leaf-Chronicle's March 12 “School Update” mentioned the chemistry department's 13th annual ExpOlympics is coming up April 15.

Jane Curry's one-woman performance, “Samantha ‘Rastles' the Woman Question,” was mentioned in The Leaf-Chronicle's “School Update” March 12. The March 16 show is being sponsored by the department of languages and literature.

Ken Shipley, assistant professor of art, was featured on the front page of The Leaf-Chronicle's “Local” section March 13 in a story on the upcoming Pleinair Arts and Crafts Fair. The story also offered comments from Susan Bryant, Pleinair organizer and professor of art.

News that the Office of Public Relations and Marketing captured the Grand Gold Award at the Council for the Advancement and Support of Education District III Conference made The Leaf-Chronicle's “Community Spotlight” March 14.

The Leaf-Chronicle's March 14 “Community Spotlight” recognized students from the staff of The All State and the department of communication and theatre for their outstanding achievements at the 18th Annual Southeast Journalism Conference. Individual honors were awarded to Josie Swisher, Cheryl Hunter-Grah, Melinda Simmons and Martin Fox. The All State was named the 10th Best College Newspaper in the South.

A retirement workshop for home-based and microbusiness owners presented by the Tennessee Small Business Center-APSU's Homebased & Microbusiness Owner Program was promoted on the front page of The Leaf-Chronicle's “Business” section March 14.

Coverage of Austin Peay's 20th Anniversary Candlelight Ball appeared in The Leaf-Chronicle March 15. This year's ball raised $20,000 for the Candlelight Ball Scholarship endowment. The story featured comments from APSU President Sherry Hoppe.

The Austin Peay Center @ Fort Campbell culinary arts program made The Leaf-Chronicle's “Living” section March 15 in a story on the local chapter of the American Culinary Federation. The local ACF includes Dadang Djajadiredja and Clifton Stanfill, both executive certified chefs and FCC professors.

Govs fans rush to secure tickets to NIT basketball game at APSU” was The Leaf-Chronicle's cover story March 16. The story featured comments from Sean Castleberry, assistant director for the Office of Student Life and Leadership, Debbie Stratman, business and ticket manager for athletics, and student Brian Hutchenson.

The Leaf-Chronicle's March 16 “Opinion” section offered two Austin Peay-centered pieces, “APSU scores in basketball,” giving kudos to the Govs and Lady Govs for fighting their way into postseason tournament action, and “Candlelight is bright,” crediting the success of the Candlelight Ball in raising scholarship money for APSU.