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APSU students learn lessons about dangers of HIV, AIDS made The Leaf-Chronicles front page Feb. 16. The story quoted students Payton Allen, Bruce Shanks and Elaine Whitfield.

Heart & Sole gets people walking, the topic of The Leaf-Chronicles Everyday Matters column Feb. 16, mentioned the programs kick-off at APSU.

$50,000 donated to scholarship fund, a story on the Dr. David H. Snyder Memorial Scholarship Endowment, ran in The Leaf-Chronicles College Update Feb. 17.
“APSU students learn lessons about dangers of HIV, AIDS” made The Leaf-Chronicle's front page Feb. 16. The story quoted students Payton Allen, Bruce Shanks and Elaine Whitfield.

“Heart & Sole gets people walking,” the topic of The Leaf-Chronicle's “Everyday Matters” column Feb. 16, mentioned the program's kick-off at APSU.

“$50,000 donated to scholarship fund,” a story on the Dr. David H. Snyder Memorial Scholarship Endowment, ran in The Leaf-Chronicle's “College Update” Feb. 17.

“Chicago Bears take a turn on Governors Stadium turf” made The Leaf-Chronicle's front page Feb. 18. The story featured comments from APSU Head Football Coach Carroll McCray.

A call for participants for the Black History Bowl at APSU ran in The Leaf-Chronicle's “Regional Roundup” Feb. 18 and 22.

“Nurse cadet ranks No. 1,” a story about APSU senior Jamie Garay, was listed in The Leaf-Chronicle's “Military Update” Feb. 18.

“Art from ‘Border to Border' to show at APSU” made The Leaf-Chronicle's “Go” section Feb. 18. The story gave comments from Bettye Holte, director of galleries.

“Poetry readings at local coffee shop,” a blurb about APSU creative writing students reading Feb. 22 at Grinders, was featured in The Leaf-Chronicle's “Go” section Feb. 18. APSU student Aron A. Coleman was photographed.

“Committee puts finishing touches on ball,” an article that announced the menu for this year's Candlelight Ball, was featured on the front page of The Leaf-Chronicle's “Local” section Feb. 20. The story offered comments from Sharon Silva, scholarship manager.

“She's got a way with words,” a story on author Paula Wall's Feb. 24 book-signing at APSU, made the front page of The Leaf-Chronicle's “Living” section Feb. 20.

“Election fraud to be discussed at APSU” ran in The Leaf-Chronicle's “Living” section Feb. 20. The talk was sponsored by Dr. Jill Eichhorn, coordinator of the Women's Studies Program.

“Koreans take time to reflect on past, look ahead to future,” an article on the Korean New Year's Celebration held at APSU, made The Leaf-Chronicle's front page Feb. 21.

“Cookbook to capture diversity of APSU with cultural recipes” was featured on the front page of The Leaf-Chronicle's “Local” section Feb. 21. Blanche Wilson, director of the Office of Student Life and Leadership, and Toya Richardson, graduate assistant and multicultural advocate, were quoted and pictured.

“Students tutor each other at new APSU writing lab” made the front page of The Leaf-Chronicle's “Local” section Feb. 22. The story quoted Martin Golson, instructional specialist for the Academic Support Center, freshman Avonda Hankerson and graduate student Melissa Tyndall. The story was reprinted under the title, “APSU students get help from peers in writing laboratory,” in The Tennessean's “Local News” section Feb. 22.