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2 new Greek organizations coming to APSU

NOELLE OLEARTCHICK | STAFF WRITER The APSU Greek community is undergoing changes for Fall 2017. The APSU Greek community will be gaining two new organizations as Kappa Sigma Fraternity will return and a new sorority will begin in Fall 2017. The decision to initiate a new sorority was based on ...

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SGA operating with full senate

Six new senators were confirmed without opposition during the Student Government Association’s meeting on Wednesday, Feb. 1. Senators and their departments are as follows: Gracie Richardson – College of Arts and Letters Amber James – College of Behavioral and Health Sciences Courtney Covington – College of Education Colin Crist – ...

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Hispanic Cultural Center brings Latin exposure to APSU

WILLIAM HAYES | CONTRIBUTING WRITER Next to English, Spanish is one of the most world-renowned languages there is, and is often a common dialect within the U.S. However, for many Americans, the culture that lies within the Hispanic community is often dense, as many tend to visualize only the likes ...

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SGA approves pepper spray letter to state legislators

SGA passed Res. No. 20, calling for the admittance of pepper spray on APSU’s campus, at the their meeting on Wednesday, Jan. 25 The resolution calls for a letter to be sent to an appropriate Tennessee legislator, following the approval of APSU President Alisa White and APSU’s chief of police. ...

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7 days of Trump: is America great again?

The Donald Trump presidency is now a week old and already we are seeing sweeping changes from the New York billionaire. Trump wasted no time in trying to implement his campaign promises through numerous executive orders (17 so far). Trump has yet to introduce any piece of legislation to Congress, ...

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SGA appoints 3 new senators

The Student Government Association’s first meeting of the Spring 2017 semester saw the appointment of three new senators, as well as the appointment of a new chief clerk. Kaiden Davidson and Katie Roberts were appointed to the Colleges of Behavioral Science and Education. Sen. Delane was also confirmed as the ...

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