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Dr. Houston Davis, assistant vice president for academic affairs, was featured on the front page of The Leaf-Chronicles Local section April 14. Davis participated in the Montgomery County Historical Societys Dinner with the Lively Dead April 12-17.

Gregg Schlanger, professor of art, was mentioned in The Leaf-Chronicles April 15 editorial, Event honors our troops, for his creation of the Eternal Flame lit April 14 during Clarksvilles Rivers & Spires Festival.
Dr. Houston Davis, assistant vice president for academic affairs, was featured on the front page of The Leaf-Chronicle's “Local” section April 14. Davis participated in the Montgomery County Historical Society's “Dinner with the Lively Dead” April 12-17.

Gregg Schlanger, professor of art, was mentioned in The Leaf-Chronicle's April 15 editorial, “Event honors our troops,” for his creation of the Eternal Flame lit April 14 during Clarksville's Rivers & Spires Festival.

Several Austin Peay art professors were mentioned in The Leaf-Chronicle's “Living” section April 15 as participants in Pleinair '04: Art in the Streets, April 16-17, during the Rivers & Spires Festival. This included Susan Bryant, Bruce Childs, Bettye Holte, Cindy Marsh, Billy Renkl, Gregg Schlanger and Ken Shipley.

APSU's 43rd Annual Mid-South Jazz Festival was featured in The Leaf-Chronicle's “Living” section April 15. The story offered comments from Dr. Allen Henderson, associate professor of music. It also mentioned performances by the APSU Jazz Combo, directed by David Steinquest, and the APSU Jazz Collegians, directed by Richard Steffen.

The history department's Homecoming Conference was featured on the front page of The Leaf-Chronicle's “Local” section April 16. The story featured comments by Drs. Richard Gildrie and Gregory Zieren, professors of history. It also mentioned lectures by Dr. William Dannenmaier, Dr. George Pesely, Dr. Jeffrey Wood and APSU students.

The Automotive Technology Program at APSU's Center @ Fort Campbell was highlighted in The Leaf-Chronicle's “Schools Update” April 16 for offering free car and truck inspections for National Car Care Month.

The Center for Extended and Distance Education's ACT preparation course made The Leaf-Chronicle's “Schools Update” April 16.

The U.S. Bank Open Exhibition and Art Scholarship Fundraiser, co-sponsored by Austin Peay, was featured in The Leaf-Chronicle's “Go” section April 16. The story mentioned Susan Bryant, professor of art and co-founder of the Downtown Artist Co-op, Ken Shipley, assistant professor of pottery, and Professor of Art Gregg Schlanger's Eternal Flame. It also pictured APSU art student Kimberly Santiago.

APSU's 43rd Annual Mid-South Jazz Festival was featured again in The Leaf-Chronicle's “Go” section April 16. The story offered comments from Dr. Allen Henderson, associate professor of music. It also mentioned performances by the APSU Jazz Combo, directed by David Steinquest, and the APSU Jazz Collegians, directed by Richard Steffen.

The Leaf-Chronicle's front page proclaimed, “APSU has safest campus in state,” April 17. The story featured comments from APSU Police Chief Eric Provost, as well as students Lisa Murphy and Christian Disney.

Austin Peay's call for volunteers to help “Plant the Campus Red” ran in The Leaf-Chronicle's “Regional Roundup” April 17.

News that Evans Harvill won the 2004 Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Philanthropy for his generosity to APSU made the front page of The Leaf-Chronicle's “Local” section April 17.

The 36th Annual Student Art Show was highlighted in The Leaf-Chronicle's “Calendar” in the “Living” section April 17-20.

Austin Peay's upcoming Smokie Norful concert was highlighted in The Leaf-Chronicle's “Calendar” in the “Living” section April 17-20.

Social work major Mary Lee's appointment to the National Foster Youth Advisory Council made The Leaf-Chronicle's April 18 “Spotlight.”

The inductions of Dr. David R. Snyder, assistant professor of history, Dr. Jill Franks, associate professor of English, and Dr. Sharon Mabry, professor of music, into The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi was reported in The Leaf-Chronicle's “Community Spotlight” April 19.

An editorial on the contributions of Evans Harvill, winner of the 2004 Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Philanthropy, was featured in The Leaf-Chronicle April 20. The piece ended with message, “Harvill knows a good investment when he sees one.”

APSU's status as the safest campus in the state was lauded on The Leaf-Chronicle's editorial page April 20.

The 2004 Visiting Writer Series appearance by Dr. Eavan Boland was highlighted in The Leaf-Chronicle's “Calendar” in the “Living” section April 20.

Dixie Webb, associate professor and chair of art, was featured April 20 in The Leaf-Chronicle's “Living” section in a story on quilting.