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SGA still discussing the possibility of library security cameras

The Student Government Association (SGA) had a busy week hosting various events. During Executive Council (EC) reports, Secretary Hailee Crawford thanked the Senate for their efforts with the Blood Drive, AP Day and Enrollment Day. The Senate later discussed Resolution 19 and Senator Ana C. Pla Rosario presented Act 3. ...

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S.O.S. : Stock declining

The Student Government Association (SGA) convened to address the current situation of APSU’s food pantry. Alexandria Wills, the Director for the Center for Service-Learning & Community Engagement came to the meeting to speak about the Save our Students (S.O.S.) Food Pantry. The S.O.S. food pantry began seven years ago for ...

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SGA Welcomes New Senators

Student Government Association (SGA) had a busy meeting; the Senate welcomed new members, was visited by the Vice President of Student Affairs and addressed a student with concerns. The first 10 minutes of every SGA meeting is set aside for students with concerns. Typically, no students other than the Senators ...

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Change on Browning Drive

Chief of Police Michael J. Kasitz spoke with the SGA Senate about an upcoming campus project regarding Browning, the annual spring semester safety drill and the issue on security cameras. Chief Kasitz stated that not much will change from the fall semester to the spring semester. He encouraged that if ...

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Be BOLD and Study Abroad

The Bridging Opportunities for Leadership through Diversity or B.O.L.D. scholarship is for APSU students looking to study abroad but are financially unable. The scholarship is sponsored by APSU’s Learning Opportunities Center and was created to make study abroad more accessible. B.O.L.D. scholarship recipients can receive up to $3,000 to cover ...

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First SGA Meeting of the Spring Semester

APSU’s Student Government Assembly (SGA) convened on Jan. 16 at 5 p.m for the first meeting of the spring semester. The Executive Council of SGA welcomed Senators back and referenced that this semester would be better than the last. The majority of the meeting concerned resolutions and discussing them. During ...

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