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Letters from Carol Keller, library assistant II-monographs, and Michael A. Powell, library assistant III, monographs, appeared in the March 2004 edition of SoliNET Solutions. Powell even included a LETS GO PEAY in his letter.

A photo of former Gov Trenton Hassell working with kids at APSUs Dave Loos Basketball Camp was featured on the cover of The Leaf-Chronicles Local section June 17.
Letters from Carol Keller, library assistant II-monographs, and Michael A. Powell, library assistant III, monographs, appeared in the March 2004 edition of SoliNET Solutions. Powell even included a “LET'S GO PEAY” in his letter.

A photo of former Gov Trenton Hassell working with kids at APSU's Dave Loos Basketball Camp was featured on the cover of The Leaf-Chronicle's “Local” section June 17.

The Books to Africa book drive sponsored by the Inter Fraternity Council, National Pan-Hellenic Council and the Pan-Hellenic Council made the front page of The Leaf-Chronicle's “Local” section June 17. The story featured comments from APSU sophomore Brandie Starr, IFC member Chris Poynter and Sean Castleberry, interim assistant director of Student Life and Leadership.

Austin Peay was featured on the front page of The Leaf-Chronicle's “Local” section June 17 in a story on the Education Fair at Fort Campbell. The story offered comments from APSU alum Mike Ruess, as well as a photo of John Johnson, director of the Educational Opportunity Center.

Austin Peay's new “First-Year Experience” program for incoming freshmen and transfer students made the front page of The Leaf-Chronicle's “Local” section June 18. The story featured comments from Scott McDonald, director of admissions, and Dr. Harriett McQueen, director of academic support.

APSU scholarship recipients who graduated from Montgomery Central High School were listed in The Leaf-Chronicle's “Community” section June 18.

APSU President Sherry Hoppe's guest commentary on State Rep. Tommy Head and his work on behalf of the University ran in The Leaf-Chronicle's June 20 “Opinions.”

Michael Martin, winner of The Leaf-Chronicle's “Best Dad Ever” contest, and his wife, Andrea Martin, are APSU alums. Their story was featured in the “Living” section June 20.

“Give APSU new master's” was the topic of The Leaf-Chronicle's editorial opinion June 21. The University is awaiting the Tennessee Higher Education Commission's approval on a master's in management.

An 18-inch sinkhole on Eighth Street, next to APSU's Child Learning Center, made the front page of The Leaf-Chronicle's “Local” section June 23. City crews will be working to repair the road for the next two weeks.

“Play based on Iraqi Freedom interviews debuts at APSU,” a story on playwright-in-residence Glyn O'Malley's new play, “A Heartbeat to Baghdad,” ran in the Kentucky New Era June 22.

Word that developer Jeff Robinson of CM&H Commercial Properties has cleared the first hurdle in building a multifamily housing unit for APSU students made The Leaf-Chronicle's “Business” section June 24. The Clarksville-Montgomery County Regional Planning Commission OK'd the plan June 23. The City Council will have to grant final approval for a zone change before construction can begin.

News that Kappa Sigma has broken ground for a new fraternity house made The Leaf-Chronicle's “Community” section June 25.

APSU scholarship recipients from Stewart County were listed in The Leaf-Chronicle's “Community” section June 25.

APSU Professors of Art Susan Bryant and Billy Renkl were featured in The Leaf-Chronicle's “Go” section June 25. Their joint exhibit, “Billy Renkl + Susan Bryant” is on display at the Downtown Artist Co-op Gallery through July 31.

Playwright—in-Residence Glyn O'Malley was featured on the front page of the Sunday, June 27, issue of The Leaf-Chronicle. In the article, O'Malley discussed his new play, “A Heartbeat to Baghdad,” which will debut July 3 at APSU.

APSU alums Ricky and Nancy Deel were featured on the front page of The Leaf-Chronicle's “Living” section Sunday, June 27, in a story on their Wet Dog Studios and Gallery, located in Hopkinsville.

APSU Professor Cliff Stanfill was featured in an article on the culinary classes at APSU's Fort Campbell Center in The Leaf-Chronicle's “Living” section June 28.

Dr. Steven Hamilton, professor of biology, was pictured on the front page of The Leaf-Chronicle June 29 and featured in an article on “Pollution choking the county waterways.”

Next week's Amateur Athletic Union National Basketball Championship Invitational Tournament, which will be held at APSU, was featured in The Leaf-Chronicle's “Business” section June 29. The tourney is expected to bring in more than $2 million.