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$8.7 million Foy Fitness and Recreation Center expansion

A year ago a proposal was pitched by Director of the Foy Fitness and Recreational Center David Davenport alongside Student Affairs to add more space to the Foy. The project was submitted to the Tennessee Board of Regents in 2013 to move forward as a part of the budget. Once ...

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New freshmen and graduate SGA senators

From Tuesday, Sept. 10 to Thursday, Sept. 12, the SGA held its senator elections for five freshman seats and two graduate seats. Students could either cast their votes online or go to physical booths in the UC. Eighteen freshman candidates were running and only five were to be accepted. There ...

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Syria: APSU students react

By Phillip Swanson Staff Writer President Obama, center, with members of his delegation, speaks during his bilateral meeting with China’s President Xi Jinping, unseen, at the G20 Summit, Friday, Sept. 6, 2013 in St. Petersburg, Russia. AP PHOTO | PABLO MARTINEZ MONSIVAIS Since March 15, 2011 a conflict has been going ...

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SGA considers Quality Enhancement Program, The All State, and campus events

Lauren Cottle Staff Writer   At the third SGA meeting of the semester on Wednesday, Sept. 11, the senators discussed The All State, campus events and guest speaker David Major of the Language and Literature Department spoke about the Quality Enhancement Program (QEP). The QEP is a five-year academic plan ...

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Freshmen and graduate elections

By Myranda Harrison Staff Writer During this election term there are 18 eligible freshmen senator candidates and two eligible graduate senator candidates. Each candidate must have a cumulative GPA of at least 2.75 and cannot have any form of formal disciplinary record. Many applications from students wishing to run are ...

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SGA presents new legislation, appoints two new members, and discusses upcoming events

By Lauren Cottle Guest Writer The Student Government Association met at 4 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 4, to discuss upcoming events and propose new legislation. Resolution number one was presented, which will be voted on Wednesday, Sept. 11. The bill’s purpose is to send a formal letter of thanks and appreciation ...

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