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SGA releases yearly budget report card

By: Steven Prescott SGA strives to be the voice of the student body. SGA members are elected to represent the powerful voice to the Tennessee Board of Regents and the APSU’s administration. There are over 10,000 registered students at APSU, all of which are represented by SGA. Last year, SGA ...

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Career Services hosts first Career Week for students

By: Mahalia Smith The Office of Career Services hosts various events every semester to help students prepare for internships and careers beyond college. This semester, Career Services consolidated many events and seminars into a full Career Services Week from Oct. 23-27. “This year, my staff got together, and we talked ...

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Former lawmaker announces bid for Tennessee US Senate seat against Blackburn

By: Associated Press A former congressman from Tennessee is joining the race to succeed Republican Bob Corker in the U.S. Senate. Former U.S. Rep. Stephen Fincher, a gospel-singing farmer from the rural western Tennessee community of Frog Jump, announced his bid in a statement to media on Sunday. Fincher, 44, ...

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SGA Approves Two Acts

By: Steven Prescott SGA completed their second meeting of the month on Oct. 11. At the start of the meeting, representatives from Omicron Delta Kappa Honor Society presented senators with acceptance into the organization. The Fee Adjustment Appeals committee announced that going forward it will now conduct its meetings via ...

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SGA passes new legislation for ENOs purchase, trash removal

Steven Prescott | Staff Writer SGA completed their first weekly meeting of the month. Three resolutions were discussed in the session and two passed with little debate on Oct. 4. A letter will be sent to the Foy Fitness and Recreation Center requesting they purchase ENOs, a popular brand of ...

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SGA senators propose several resolutions during meeting

Student senators heard three resolutions in the SGA meeting on Sept. 27. Senator Courtney Covington presented two resolutions which he said are intended to help students at APSU. The first resolves is to send a formal request to APSU’s Physical Plant to immediately coordinate removal of a dumpster near Blount ...

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