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College of Arts and Letters expresses disbelief, anger at faculty meeting

By: Steven Prescott President White held a listening event on Nov 2. to ease faculty concerns and answer their questions about Dean Dixie Webb’s decision to cut one of three full-time Philosophy positions in the History and Philosophy Department. Faculty in the College of Arts and Letters say they were ...

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IFC hosts Men’s Health Week full of events and activities

By: William Hayes The Interfraternity Council will be hosting their first Men’s Health Week Nov. 13 through Nov. 18. They will be providing free education and support on the issue of men’s health. “Basically we are bringing awareness of health issues that men usually are not willing to discuss,” Senior ...

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Texas church gunman sent hostile text messages prior to attack

By: Associated Press The gunman who killed 26 people at a small-town Texas church had a history of domestic violence and sent threatening text messages to his mother-in-law, a member of First Baptist, before the attack in which he fired at least 450 rounds at helpless worshippers, authorities said Monday. ...

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SGA revisits idea of pepper spray, Code of Conduct, revises Act 2

By: Steven Prescott President of the College Republicans Taylar Scott asked senators to introduce legislation requesting APSU remove pepper spray as a Code of Conduct violation at the SGA meeting on Nov. 1. Last year, SGA passed legislation to request pepper spray be allowed by the Student Code, however that ...

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Annual Lip Sync event raises money for Camp Rainbow

By: Allyson Marsh Sync for Smiles Lip Sync Battle is an annual event staged by Alpha Delta Pi at APSU to raise money for Camp Rainbow. The Lip Sync battle consisted of seven different organizations that competed in song and dance for first place. “Camp Rainbow is an organization that ...

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SGA meeting talks event planning, board representation

By: Steven Prescott SGA completed its third meeting of the month on Oct. 18. SGA’s Student Tribunal announced that it completed a monthly review of student appeals. These appeals range in nature from disciplinary to traffic offenses. Chief Justice Waqas Ahmed told senators that 44 appeals were considered by the ...

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