Scotland is doing big, big things

Did you know Scotland isn’t really an independent nation? I know, I was surprised too, so I did some research. Scotland is a part of the United Kingdom. The U.K. consists of Wales, Northern Ireland, England and Scotland. It started out with just England and Scotland in 1707. England and Scotland have been tied to each […]

Juicy J announced as homecoming artist

At the Morgan University Center noon Thursday, Sept. 18, the Govs Programming Council announced  Juicy J will be the 2014 homecoming artist. The concert will be held during this year’s homecoming week on Thursday, Nov. 6. Juicy J is originally a member of the hip-hop collective Three 6 Mafia, alongside DJ Paul, Koopsta Knicca and Crunchy […]

Police respond to campus shooting threat

APSU police responded Monday, Sept. 15, but no charges were filed after a student allegedly threatened to commit a shooting at the APSU Veterans Affairs office. “After taking statements from three witnesses, campus police determined the incident did not present a danger to the university,” said Charles Booth, assistant director of communication. “The incident is […]

Seven new senators elected to SGA

>> By Lauren Cottle Student Government Association held ratification for its new senators Friday, Sept. 12 at 4 p.m. The internal affairs committee oversaw ratification. Members include senators Faith Merriweather and Tabitha Montague and justices Brice Lewis and Lucas Bearden. Freshman senators elected include Waqas Ahmed with 158 votes, Gary Brewer with 193 votes, Julia […]

U.S. allies as explained by ‘Mean Girls’

With all the war and turmoil happening, it can be difficult to believe that countries can be friends, because sometimes countries can really hate on the red, white and blue. But just like a teenage girl, the U.S. has enemies, frenemies and, of course, their “besties for the resties” — what most people in government refer […]