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Mills tells SGA to ‘do their research’

Assistant Vice President for Student Affairs and Director of Housing, Joe Mills, spoke at SGA’s meeting on Wednesday, Feb.7 about their lack of research on legislation. “Before a senator writes a resolution, he or she go and talk to the office in charge of the topic of the resolution, as ...

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Food for Fines doubles in participation

Back by popular demand by students, faculty, and staff, the Department of Public Safety and the University’s Save Our Students (SOS) Food Pantry have brought back the Food for Fines program to help pay for parking citations while also providing food for the program According to Michael Kasitz, Director of ...

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Feeling the Love?

MAHALIA SMITH | SENIOR STAFF WRITER STD rates are rising among U.S. citizens, according to the latest CDC reports. Adolescents and young adults, those aged 15-24, account for half of all new STD cases. The latest data is from 2016, and includes all 50 U.S. states and territories including Puerto ...

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Tailor Y. Career – Job Searches

Dear Tailor, I am a senior here at APSU, and I am struggling finding a job in my major for after I graduate. I do not know where to even start looking. Can you give me some ideas on how to find job opportunities so I’m not wasting my degree? ...

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Internships: Why are they really needed while in college?

Many students have heard that getting an internship is an important part of their college career that will give them an advantage in their job searches after graduation. Senior broadcast media major Mason Devers has held several internships. He is currently in Washington D.C. as an intern with the House ...

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Mastered It

Feb. 1 marks the first day of Black History Month. It is a tribute to African-American men and women who made momentous contributions to America and the entire world in multiple fields, such as Science, Mathematics and entertainment. Black History Month usually highlights the likes of Rosa Parks, Martin Luther ...

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