Topic: APSU Woodward Library
Clarksville, TN – Austin Peay State University’s Woodward Library Society will host its ninth annual Society Social, featuring Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Jackie Crosby on Saturday, April 1st, 2017.
Crosby, now a reporter for the Minneapolis Star Tribune, won a Pulitzer Prize for specialized reporting in 1985 while working for the Macon Telegraph and News.
Clarksville-Montgomery County Arts and Heritage Development Council lifetime Achievement Awards to be held Monday, December 5th
Clarksville, TN – Two Clarksvillians will be honored this Monday, December 5th, by the Clarksville-Montgomery County Arts and Heritage Development Council for their achievement in art and in preserving our heritage.
Dr. James Diehr, professor emeritus of art at Austin Peay State University, will receive the Lifetime Achievement in Art award and Inga Filippo, APSU professor emerita of library science, will receive the Lifetime Achievement in Heritage award.
Clarksville, TN – To pay tribute to a student population at the very heart of Austin Peay State University’s (APSU) mission, work recently began on a permanent art installation on the University campus, titled “The Cardboard Kids: Monument to the Non-Traditional Student.”
Non-traditional students come in all shapes, sizes and backgrounds. For some, marriage and a family changed their priorities, while others may have enlisted in the military or simply decided a four-year college wasn’t right for them after graduating high school.
APSU University Archives and Special Collections now houses copy of rare Pembroke Collection coin archive
Clarksville, TN – Thomas Herbert, 8th Earl of Pembroke, was a great many things during his life. A British statesman during the reigns of King William III and Queen Anne, Herbert served, at different times, as First Lord of the Admiralty, Lord High Admiral of the Royal Navy and Lord Lieutenant of Ireland.
In his private life, Herbert was also a prolific collector, amassing a vast array of, among other things, works of art and classical sculpture.
Written by Michael Kasitz
Clarksville, TN – Yesterday evening,April 5th, 2016 at approximately 10:30pm, APSU Police received a report of possible sexual battery.
The victim stated that a male subject ran up behind her and slapped her on the buttocks while she was walking between the Morgan University Center and Browning Building.
The subject then fled north, toward the bookstore.
Clarksville, TN – A female on the APSU campus reports that she was walking towards the Woodward Library at approximately 10:30pm when an unknown male subject ran up behind her and slapped her on the the buttocks.
The male then fled from the area of the library north towards the bookstore.
Austin Peay State University’s Woodward Library receives donation of table built from remains of Port Royal covered bridge
Clarksville, TN – For nearly a century, the Port Royal covered bridge stood as more than just a literal bridge that allowed passage over the Cumberland River’s Red River stream. Until its destruction in 1998, it served as a bridge between generations of Montgomery County residents.
Over the decades, the Burr Truss bridge overlooked children at play, private weddings and countless family gatherings.
Written by Cresta McGowan, English teacher
Clarksville, TN – Each year, Austin Peay State University selects a novel for incoming freshman. This year the selection was “Where am I Wearing: A Global Tour to the Countries, Factories, and People That Make Our Clothes” by Kelsey Timmerman.
The novel develops an understanding of the people and places that create the fashion we wear; as well as the global impact of the garment industry.
Clarksville, TN – On a recent spring afternoon, Takuya Kanemitsu, a Tokyo-based artist and art professor, wandered through the Austin Peay State University Browning Building, looking for one of his paintings.
He finally found the massive, six-foot wide canvas on a wall next to the President’s Office, and Kanemitsu spent several quiet minutes that day reconnecting with the image of a pensive young woman surrounded by books.
“I was interested in the rhythm of the books,” he said, moving his hand slowly in front of the painting. “The composition, I thought, was interesting.”
Clarksville, TN – David Meador, a four-time golf national champion, once toyed with the idea of becoming a police officer. In the summer of 1966, the 18-year-old Meador worked part time as a police station radio operator, and one evening, he was invited to take a ride in a new police cruiser.
At some point during the night, the officer behind the wheel engaged in a high-speed pursuit of another vehicle, and he ended up crashing the new cruiser.
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