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Tennessee lawmakers punish Memphis for removing statues

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — The Republican-dominated House in Tennessee voted Tuesday to punish the city of Memphis for removing Confederate monuments by taking $250,000 away from the city that would have been used for a bicentennial celebration next year. The retaliation came in the form of passage of a last-minute ...

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Invasion of privacy on social media

Last week, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg testified in front of Congress for 10 hours in response to the Cambridge Analytica Data Scandal. It all started in 2014 when 270,000 people participated in a personality quiz on an app called This is Your Digital Life, according to a CNN article. When ...

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SGA sees 8 pieces of legislation, Reedy admits to lie

Last week’s SGA meeting got off to an unusual start as Vice President Jordan Reedy admitted lying to the senatorial board the week prior. “I lied a little bit, you’re legislation’s really not due until next week,” Reedy said. “That way we wouldn’t have it all in one day. I ...

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Black hawks flock Dunn Bowl and Intramural Field

William Hayes | The All State U.S. Army Blackhawk helicopters landed on APSU’s Dunn Bowl and Intramural Field in a training exercise conducted by the Governor’s ROTC Program on Friday between 7:30 and 8:30 a.m. This operation was conducted again on Sunday, between noon and 1:30 p.m. Some of APSU’s ...

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Latest SGA meeting sees new legislation

SGA has faced some criticism for lack of legislation this semester. During these final weeks of the year, new legislation is coming forward from SGA’s senators. The meeting on April 4 began with an announcement of a previous internal affairs meeting. That meeting clarified two campaign rules for those running ...

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Summer Class Aid Just Got Easier

  Students wishing to get ahead or catch up on their credits are taking summer courses here at APSU. Students are taking the initiative to get ahead of their timelines for graduation while some are playing catch up and taking classes to remain on track. Summer classes were made available ...

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