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The July 3 debut of Playwright-in-Residence Glyn OMalleys A Heartbeat to Baghdad made the American Dramatists Guild e-Newsletter June 30.

Thelma Kidds June 29 appearance at APSU made The Leaf-Chronicles Business section June 30. Kidd, a life coach and co-founder of Davis-Kidd Bookstores, spoke during a womens business luncheon sponsored by the Clarksville Area Chamber of Commerce.

APSU National Alumni Association Scholarship recipient Heather Elizabeth Lee was featured in the Communities section of The Leaf-Chronicle July 1.
The July 3 debut of Playwright-in-Residence Glyn O'Malley's “A Heartbeat to Baghdad” made the American Dramatists Guild e-Newsletter June 30.

Thelma Kidd's June 29 appearance at APSU made The Leaf-Chronicle's “Business” section June 30. Kidd, a life coach and co-founder of Davis-Kidd Bookstores, spoke during a women's business luncheon sponsored by the Clarksville Area Chamber of Commerce.

APSU National Alumni Association Scholarship recipient Heather Elizabeth Lee was featured in the “Communities” section of The Leaf-Chronicle July 1.

Dr. Nancy Dawson, professor of African-American studies, was in the spotlight on the front page of The Leaf-Chronicle July 2. Dawson appeared before the City Council to speak on behalf of historic preservation at Mount Olive Cemetery.

News that donations from the debut performance of Playwright-in-Residence Glyn O'Malley's “A Heartbeat to Baghdad” would go toward a scholarship made The Leaf-Chronicle's “Schools Update” July 3. The scholarship will benefit children of Fort Campbell soldiers who died in Iraq.

Directions for Fall I registration at the APSU Center at Fort Campbell were offered in The Leaf-Chronicle's “Schools Update” July 3.

Dr. Steven Hamilton, professor of biology, was cited in The Leaf-Chronicle's July 5 editorial. The piece included Hamilton's advice for fighting pollution.

“Soldiers drawn to APSU course work: Army's re-enlistment deal popular at Fort Campbell” was The Leaf-Chronicle's front-page headline July 6. The story featured comments from APSU President Sherry Hoppe and Gerald Beavers, executive director for the APSU Center at Fort Campbell.

“Fort Campbell's troops back from Iraq flock to post's APSU classes” made The Tennessean's “Local” section July 6, 2004. The story quoted APSU President Sherry Hoppe and Gerald Beavers, executive director for the APSU Center at Fort Campbell. It also pointed out that APSU offers more than half of the courses available on post.

APSU student Tish Jolliff was featured on the cover of The Leaf-Chronicle's “Living” section July 7. The education major, who has transposed arteries leading to her heart, is awaiting a double-lung transplant at Cleveland Clinic.

The APSU-Tennessee Small Business Development Center came under fire on the front page of The Leaf-Chronicle July 8 as race discrimination complaints were lodged, claiming the center doesn't meet the needs of minority businesses in the county. The state Department of Personnel agreed with APSU's own recommendations to “coordinate a minority business forum involving public agencies, city and county governments and the local School Board to solicit the participation of minority firms.”

A roster of APSU faculty who received tenure or promotions this summer was featured in The Leaf-Chronicle's “Communities” section July 9.

APSU senior Shaun Copeland made The Leaf-Chronicle's “Go” section July 9 for his Roxy Regional Theatre debut in “The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas.” APSU junior Jeremy Maxwell also is in the production.

APSU's Clement Auditorium was recognized as the site of the North Tennessee State Fair pageants on the front page of The Leaf-Chronicle July 10.

“Works by Billy Renkl and Susan Bryant,” a Downtown Artists Co-op Gallery exhibit by two APSU art professors, was listed on the calendar in The Leaf-Chronicle's “Living” section July 10-13.

APSU and Gateway Health System's joint workshop, “Easy to Read Health and Wellness Material: Recognizing It, Finding It, Writing It, Rewriting It,” was listed in The Leaf-Chronicle's “Regional Roundup” July 11.

The crowning of Sarah Tucker as Clarksville's “Miss Fairest of the Fair” in APSU's Clement Auditorium made the front page of The Leaf-Chronicle July 12.

“APSU department maps city fire hydrants” was featured on the front page of The Leaf-Chronicle's “Local” section July 12. The story reported that APSU Geographical Information Systems Assistant Director Mickey Park, three students and a GIS analyst are digitally mapping the city's hydrants, saving time in putting out fires.

APSU students Nicole Aquino and Hayley Beth Carr were listed in The Leaf-Chronicle's “Communities” section July 12 for their inclusion in the latest edition of “Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges.”

APSU culinary student Betty Adams made the front page of The Leaf-Chronicle's “Living” section July 12 as the newspaper's “Cook of the Week.”