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SGA gifts security cameras to Woodward Library

The semester is coming to a close and the student government association (SGA) approaches their last meeting. Senators did an excellent job in submitting legislation on time. 2 pieces of legislation were passed and 3 more were presented to Senate. Senator Janesa Wine summarized resolution 25 regarding a color coded ...

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Select APSU students and faculty to take off in the JET Program

The Japan Exchange and Teaching (JET) Program is a program that engages the global community and brings in people from around the world to work in schools, boards of education and government offices in Japan. A unique opportunity for any individual, the JET program is equally special in that it ...

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Building Accessibility on Campus

American Disabilities Act (ADA) Compliance is an issue that SGA Senator Alexandria Banta hopes to address in the upcoming semester.   In the SGA meeting April 10, she discussed her belief that there are campus violations on ADA regulations occurring.  She reports being told by Jamie McCrary, the Disability Service Director, ...

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Corruption, candidates and conversation

Corruption in America was the hot button issue at an event last week where special Senate candidates spoke. The event occurred on April 15 at Einstein Coffeehouse from 5-7 p.m. and entailed a screening of “Unbreaking America,” a short film at just under 12 minutes starring Jennifer Lawrence, which aims to “show ...

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SGA adresses ADA compliance

During Campus Community, Senator Alexandria Banta reported that she believes there to be campus violations on ADA regulations. She reports being told by Jamie McCrary, the Disability Service Director, that many buildings are not handicap friendly. Specifically, Banta mentioned the Marks building. “In the fall maybe we can have a ...

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Aviation program takes off with new approval for veteran’s education benefits

There was some wonderful news for APSU’s aviation science program when it was announced that they had received approval for veterans’ education benefits. This means that a veteran may earn a degree at “little or no cost.” APSU now offers the only rotary-wing flight program attached to a degree program ...

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