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Womens Studies co-sponsored program, A Room Full of Women and Girls, was featured in The Leaf-Chronicles Regional Roundup April 28.

The 36th Annual Student Art Show was highlighted in The Leaf-Chronicles Calendar in the Living section April 28-29 and May 1-4.

Art, sponsored by AP Playhouse and the Center of Excellence for the Creative Arts, was highlighted in The Leaf-Chronicles Calendar in the Living section April 28 and May 1-2.
Women's Studies' co-sponsored program, “A Room Full of Women and Girls,” was featured in The Leaf-Chronicle's “Regional Roundup” April 28.

The 36th Annual Student Art Show was highlighted in The Leaf-Chronicle's “Calendar” in the “Living” section April 28-29 and May 1-4.

“Art,” sponsored by AP Playhouse and the Center of Excellence for the Creative Arts, was highlighted in The Leaf-Chronicle's “Calendar” in the “Living” section April 28 and May 1-2.

Governors Stadium was listed in The Leaf-Chronicle's “Living” section April 28 as the starting location of the National Kidney Foundation of Middle Tennessee Kidney Walk.

APSU Opera Theatre's premier of Seymour Barab's comic opera, “A Perfect Plan,” was featured in The Leaf-Chronicle's “Living” section April 28 and 29. The stories offered comments from Dr. Allen Henderson, associate professor of music.

The Leaf-Chronicle's “Go” section April 30 featured several APSU students involved in The Roxy Regional Theatre's production of “The Adventures of Tom Sawyer,” including APSU alum Amber Wallace as the Widow Douglas and APSU senior Jennifer Price as Mrs. Dobbins. The star of the show is Teddy Kitterman, son of Jill Eichhorn, coordinator for Women's Studies, and Barry Kitterman, associate professor of creative writing.

The 36th Annual Student Art Show made The Leaf-Chronicle's “Senee's Picks” column in the “Go” section April 30.

Comedienne B-Plat's May 1 performance at APSU was profiled in The Leaf-Chronicle's “Go” section April 30.

“Pirates and Pigtails,” a play written for children and performed by APSU's non-acting majors, was featured in The Leaf-Chronicle's “Go” section April 30. The story offered comments from Sally Welch, adjunct instructor of theatre, and APSU student Diana Moore.

The yard sale at APSU's Hand Village made The Leaf-Chronicle's “Regional Roundup” May 1.

Professor of philosophy Dr. Bert Randall's lecture series, “Exploring Philosophy and Religion,” was listed in The Leaf-Chronicle's “Church Calendar” May 1.

“State officials set to square off over extra $80 million: APSU, others will have trouble getting 2-to-1 match for $94M in new construction projects” made the front page of The Leaf-Chronicle May 2.

Dr. Lew Tatham, professor emeritus of English, won “Best Actor in a Play” at The Roxy Regional Theatre's 20th Annual Monte Awards, according to an article in The Leaf-Chronicle's May 3 “Local” section.

“Enrollment up 45 percent at post APSU” made the front page of The Leaf-Chronicle May 4. The story featured comments from Gerald Beavers, executive director of the APSU Center @ Fort Campbell.

Austin Peay's Commencement information was listed in “Higher education graduations at a glance” in The Tennessean May 4