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Alpha Gamma Delta leads charter presentations

By Cidnie Sydney-Brewington | Staff Writer Alpha Gamma Delta had four representatives from their international headquarters give their formal charter presentation Monday, Feb. 21. Alpha Gamma Delta is the first of four sororities to make extension bids on the APSU campus. The 45-minute presentation outlined the sorority’s purpose, goals and ...

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APSU hires, transfers 8 positions

Theresa Dezellum, administrative assistant in the College of Education Jacob Lowary, coordinator of Student Publications and Marketing Fonda Fields, associate director of Human Resources Teresa Ruiz, administrative assistant in Theatre and Dance Mandi Hull, counselor in the Educational Opportunity Center Did not respond to photo request: Brittney Herron, account clerk ...

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APSU competes for TBR student regent position

By BRIAN BIGELOW Assistant News Editor The APSU Student Government Association (SGA) is looking for applicants to be nominated by APSU to fill the annually vacated student regent position on the Tennessee Board of Regents (TBR). The student regent gives voice to the concerns and priorities of students in TBR ...

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Extension committee will make recommendation for Panhellenic to vote

By JENELLE GREWELL | News Editor Four new sororities will be making an extension bid to place a charter on APSU campus at the end of February and the beginning of March. The sororities coming to APSU to make the extension bids are Alpha Gamma Delta, Alpha Chi Omega, Alpha Omicron ...

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4 SORORITIES BID TO CHARTER

Alpha Chi Omega Bid presentation: 7 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 23, in Clement auditorium Founding: Oct. 15, 1885 Mission: enriches the lives of members through lifetime opportunities for friendship, leadership, learning and service Colors: Scarlet and olive green Mascot: Grecian lyre Philanthropy: Domestic violence awareness Flower: Red carnation Alpha Gamma Delta ...

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Students have problems with D2L

By SHERRI TIDWELL Guest Writer Some APSU students are currently unable to access online classes through the link provided by APSU OneStop – causing them to fall behind in the first few weeks of school. Not knowing why they cannot log into D2L or how to log in directly (rather ...

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