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10 Worst Jobs in Sports: No. 4 Urine Specimen Collector caught our attention, since the story, which ran Feb. 22 in USA Today, mentions APSU as one of the places where Beth Binkley has taken samples. And, yes, the writer points out that Peay is pronounced pee and that Govs fans chant Lets Go Peay!

WTVF-NewsChannel 5 reported March 1 and 2 that APSU was under criticism as some Clarksville residents gathered at St. John Missionary Baptist Church to allege racism against the Clarksville Police Department and the University.
“10 Worst Jobs in Sports: No. 4 Urine Specimen Collector” caught our attention, since the story, which ran Feb. 22 in USA Today, mentions APSU as one of the places where Beth Binkley has taken samples. And, yes, the writer points out that “Peay” is pronounced “pee” and that Govs fans chant “Let's Go Peay!”

WTVF-NewsChannel 5 reported March 1 and 2 that APSU was “under criticism” as some Clarksville residents gathered at St. John Missionary Baptist Church to allege racism against the Clarksville Police Department and the University.

“TBR wants to reward university presidents: Salary increases would be given for high retention, graduation rates” made the front page of The Leaf-Chronicle March 2. The story pictured APSU President Sherry Hoppe and featured comments from Dr. Houston Davis, associate vice president for academic affairs.

APSU's 29 students selected for “Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges” were listed in The Leaf-Chronicle's “Communities” section March 2.

“APSU students dance for children at Vandy” was featured in the “College Update” section of The Leaf-Chronicle March 3. The story quoted Jennifer James, interim assistant director of the Office of Student Life and Leadership, and student Tiffany Peterson.

Professor of Art Susan Bryant was quoted in the story, “Friends of Photography presents ‘Abstracts' for First Thursday,” which ran in The Leaf-Chronicle's “Living” section March 3.

“Applications accepted for 2005 scholarships” made the “Schools Update” section in The Leaf-Chronicle March 4.

“Future teachers learn to handle job transitions,” a story on a recent seminar sponsored by APSU's Student Tennessee Education Association and Coordinator of School-Based Teaching Experiences, was featured on the front page of The Leaf-Chronicle's “Local” section March 5. The story offered comments from STEA Chapter President Lisa Murphy.

“Monday last chance to secure tickets to Candlelight Ball” made the front page of The Leaf-Chronicle's “Local” section March 6. The story featured comments from Sharon Silva, scholarship manager.

“Hitting the high notes: Opera to be featured to celebrate 25th year of APSU's Dimensions New Music Series” was highlighted on the front of The Leaf-Chronicle's “Living” section March 6. The story quoted and pictured Dr. Sharon Mabry and Dr. Tom King, professors of music.

“APSU conference to show value of liberal arts studies,” a story on the March 15 conference being sponsored by Phi Kappa Phi and the Office of Academic Support, made the front page of The Leaf-Chronicle's “Local” section March 8. The story gives comments from Dr. Susan Calovini, professor of English and chair of the department of languages and literature, and Dr. Harriett McQueen, director of the Office of Academic Support.