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Austin Peay State University Esports Team quickly expanding on Campus

 

Austin Peay State University - APSUClarksville, TN – Last September, Ranked-Up Esports President Austin Stewart expected 13 or 14 Austin Peay State University (APSU) students to show up at the team’s first-ever interest meeting. More than 80 people showed up.

“We were blown away,” Stewart, a business senior, said. “We had 10 pizzas, and we quickly ran out of those.”

Austin Peay State University Ranked-Up Esports President Austin Stewart. (APSU)

Austin Peay State University Ranked-Up Esports President Austin Stewart. (APSU)

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Tennessee Hospitality and Tourism Association “Blizzard” was held in Clarksville

 

Visit Clarksville TennesseeClarksville, TN – Clarksville hosted 100 tourism and hospitality leaders from across the state on February 7th-8th, 2018 at the Tennessee Hospitality and Tourism Association (TnHTA) Blizzard, held at Riverview Inn.

This was the first time for the city to host the annual event, which rotates annually between the three grand divisions of the state.

Blizzard attendees hear TnHTA Director of Tourism John Whisenant in Clarksville at the conference’s opening lunch session.

Blizzard attendees hear TnHTA Director of Tourism John Whisenant in Clarksville at the conference’s opening lunch session.

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Europe Hammered by Winter, Is North America Next?

 

Written by Dauna Coulter
Science at NASA

NASA - National Aeronautics and Space AdministrationPasadena, CA – For the first half of this year’s winter, the big news was warm temperatures and lack of snow. Ski resorts were covered in bare dirt, while January temperatures in southern California topped July highs.

Then, out of the blue, Europe got clobbered: Over the past two weeks, temperatures in Eastern Europe have nose-dived to -30 degrees Celsius (-22 degrees Fahrenheit). Blizzards and the bone-chilling cold have resulted in the deaths of over 550 people so far, with rooftop-high snow drifts trapping tens of thousands of villagers in their homes and cutting off access to entire towns. It has even snowed as far south as North Africa.

This map shows temperature anomalies for Europe and western Russia from January 25th to February 1st, 2012, compared to temperatures for the same dates from 2001 to 2011. The anomalies are based on land surface temperatures observed by the MODIS instrument on NASA’s Terra satellite.

This map shows temperature anomalies for Europe and western Russia from January 25th to February 1st, 2012, compared to temperatures for the same dates from 2001 to 2011. The anomalies are based on land surface temperatures observed by the MODIS instrument on NASA’s Terra satellite.

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